Maximize Digital Retail Infrastructure Performance

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Scott Sumner - CMO Kadiska

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Retailers’ IT infrastructure is becoming increasingly complex as they digitally transform. Retail stores’ business performance relies on dependable PoS and inventory systems, customer self-service, in-store WiFi, digital advertising, and responsive mobile apps. Many of these systems and applications are now tightly integrated and hosted in the cloud, making network connectivity, SaaS and cloud performance essential to profits and productivity. Traditional network and application performance monitoring solutions struggle to maintain visibility into retail cloud, SaaS and dynamic internet and SD WAN network performance. In this webinar you will learn how to gain complete visibility across digital retail infrastructure to optimize store-to-cloud connectivity, SaaS and private application performance, customer and employee digital experience: - Monitor and improve store-to-cloud connectivity performance (SD WAN, MPLS, internet, cloud networks) - Identify SaaS and app performance issues and their root causes - Optimize the performance of interconnected applications, SaaS and private apps - Assure reliability of business critical communications, logistics, inventory and PoS systems - Maximize employee productivity and store performance We will also demonstrate key digital retail performance issues and how to resolve them using live data from a leading European retailer.

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Kadiska helps enterprises grow their digital business with self-driving user experience monitoring and guided performance optimization for modern networks, applications and cloud services. The Kadiska BrightTALK channel features educational webinars about digital experience monitoring (DEM), real-user monitoring (RUM), network performance monitoring (NOM), testing and analytics. Content is focused on the monitoring of modern applications (web, SaaS) and infrastructure (cloud, SD WAN and hybrid connectivity, SASE/CASB), and the user experience of on-premises and work from home (WFH) employees and customers.