Coradiant, the Web Application Performance Management company, has expanded its European operations with a new office location in London designed to better serve its robust and growing European Reseller programme. The new office will provide additional support needed to complement its existing office in the Netherlands. Coradiant's office will be located outside London proper near the city's Heathrow Airport.
"With an increase in business opportunities for our partners across Europe, we needed to expand our footprint to keep pace with the growing demand for our products and services," said Ali Hedayati, president and chief operating officer of Coradiant. "Europe is beginning to climb out of the fiscal crisis that plagued worldwide economies, and IT is experiencing a revival in the region. It benefits Coradiant to expand its operations there to better serve our partners who are also experiencing rapid growth."
Coradiant is opening this office due to its growing number of customers and partners throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.
"The Web Application Performance Management market is beginning to see rapid increase in growth as organizations are more clearly identifying the need to monitor and manage end-to-end performance of these applications," said Erik Driehuis, director of sales and marketing at IonIP. "Through our partnership with Coradiant, we're able to provide our customers with increased business value from the end-user perspective through the deployment of their WAPM solutions."
"The partnership with Coradiant provides us with a strong technology platform to enhance the fidelity of our web application performance management," said Alan Hall, managing director of SCL.
The College of Law, the United Kingdom's largest and longest-running college devoted to the study of law, has recently contracted with Coradiant to monitor end users' interaction with the college's websites for e-learning purposes with use of Coradiant TrueSight. The College of Law will gain from Coradiant's expanded presence.
"With close to 10,000 students accessing our website for everything from downloading instructors' videos to i-Tutorials to selecting and paying for courses, it is important that our sites be performing well beyond expectations," said Nick Galt, director of IT at The College of Law. "Coradiant identifies issues that end users are experiencing and allows us quicker response times in correcting those incidents. Being able to work with them in real-time will create a swifter resolution to issues that arise."