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Digital Experience Monitoring Definition

In the application performance monitoring world, digital experience monitoring is a lately defined technique. Digital Experience Monitoring technologies enable better visibility into the state of an organization’s IT and, most importantly, for visibility into the IT environments’ impact on productivity. Digital experience monitoring is generally defined by world leaders as a performance and availability monitoring discipline which supports the optimization of operational experience and behavior of a digital agent, or a machine, as it interacts with enterprise applications and services. Today, digital experience monitoring is a mission-critical capability to develop or bring in from the outside to meet customer expectations.

Digital experience monitoring in the business world is used by an organization to analyze and optimize customer experience by monitoring every step of the user’s journey within the company’s website. Harnessing the potential of digital experience monitoring techniques, businesses can perform critical analysis and understand how the website performance impacts an end user. 

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