We use Catchpoint for our performance culture. It's our main bread and butter. They monitor the uptime, the availability percentage, the error rates for our web properties, our application properties, and our services properties, and make sure that everything from our APIs to the front-facing web services (from the shopping carts to how we check-in, check out and everything else), continues to perform as expected.
When we talk about the most important SaaS-based tools we have, Catchpoint is inevitably on the top end of our list. We have CRM tools that exist in the cloud that we use today. There are other tools that we use for events from our marketing team. We have other tools such as email and other pieces that are all provisioned in the cloud. These are all pretty much monitored by Catchpoint today. So, everything from sales order entry all the way to day-to-day usage of our intranet, to email, to Teams, our collaboration suites, et cetera, are all monitored by Catchpoint.
Catchpoint has been singularly instrumental in making sure that I can respond to internal customer needs and also how we can release time from me, my team and others, to really focus on delivering value to the business. Because we're taking less time to troubleshoot issues and concerns, we can give that time back to our business to say, “What can we help you with?” and “How can we solve additional other problems for you?”
Without Catchpoint, I would need to add at least another three to four resources to manage all the work that Catchpoint does today.