3 Business Performance Increasing Software You Should Know

Today I have a new type of SaaS to talk about, that niche being performance increasing software. This used to not be the issue it is now outside of industrial and food service venues, but performance and efficiency are major metrics on modern business. Being digital as a civilization has increased everyone’s sensitivity to low performance rates and has come to make everyone impatient and very quantitative of time and ROI, both financially, work-wise and time-wise.

As a result, you have to make your performance rates meet some pretty strict standards both in how you do business and in how your infrastructure is laid out, by way of your computers, networks, software and protocols for conducting your daily business and exchanges.

There are suites of software, both SaaS and traditional, designed to handle this conundrum now, and I think it’s time to start spotlighting some of it. There’s so much of it, in fact, that I can’t say that any list of these is a definitive top list, so just know that there may be more of these in the future, spotlighting more software, rather than replacing what I list here. Today, I’m just going to look at the performance increasing software that meets three demographics, those being the traditional business size classifications we’re all familiar with.

#1 – New Relic

In the one size fits all philosophy, New Relic is a web application performance management suite with a code-level integration API with most technologies that power SaaS and web exchanges.

It’s designed to fit any scale of business, but given its complexity, it’s probably a bit much for a small business. Large and medium businesses would do well with this, and it integrates natively with most database systems, communications protocols and has been tested to be compatible with a lot of big name SaaS systems filling the other niches in a company.

If you’re looking for really precision, all-encompassing management for performance of your webware, this is the program for you. It’s affordable enough for small businesses, but this is really my choice for big businesses, despite being priced for the small. Strange, isn’t it?

#2 – ManageEngine OpManager

This is a bit more of a general performance and project management optimization center, oriented around network management, but applicable to physical processes as well. It’s designed to be a bit more general-purpose, and as such, is less complex to install and configure, or to set up in SaaS mode.

This means that I recommend this scalar system for small businesses moreso than the large or medium, whose metrics must be far more precise given their scale and how beholden they are to public scrutiny in how efficient they are.

OpManager is not as slick as New Relic, but it’s far less overpowered when used in smaller scale implementations. Alternatively, if you just want network management for your efficiency handling, this transcends business sizes in its viability for everyone’s needs.

#3 – PacketTrap RMM

This is a remote network monitoring system, again more or less independent of business size, and is ideal for efficiency experts who need to access the network from abroad. This gives them the ability to analyze and calibrate the entire infrastructure from home, from their mobile device, or from on-sight stations with little to no transition necessary.

This is something to look into if you wish to tap the massive from-home freelance workforce which will be the workforce of the future. While others on this list are slated to become functionally diverse in this manner, PacketTrap is the best one for remoting right now.

Performance increasing software is not something which can wave a magic wand and make you more efficient, it is in fact a way to see your performance and diagnose it. It is on you as a skilled business person to fix the problems you find.

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Omri is the Head of Demand Generation, as well as the Lead Author & Editor of the SaaSAddict Blog. Omri established the SaaSAddict blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to SaaS and cloud migration.