1060: How Performance Monitoring Can Drive Business Growth

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By Neil C. Hughes. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Monitoring unlocks new pathways to growth by expanding what's possible for businesses and advancing the technology behind them. LogicMonitor seamlessly monitors infrastructures, empowering companies to focus less on problem-solving and more on evolution.

I wanted to learn more about how they help customers turn on a complete view in minutes, turn the dial from optimization to innovation, and turn the corner from sight to vision. Mark Banfield joins me on the reveals all on my daily tech podcast.

We discuss the changing nature of today's work environment and how it is causing organizations to evaluate the best ways to monitor their IT infrastructure. I also learn the most common mistakes businesses make in IT performance monitoring.

However, LogicMonitor is much more than just another SaaS-based performance monitoring platform. We also discuss how performance monitoring is also being used to help business growth and the migration of workloads into the cloud, etc. I also learn more about LogicMonitor's recent announcement around an early warning system for AIOps.

Mark is a seasoned leader with a history of developing international go-to-market strategies for high-growth businesses. He comes to LogicMonitor from Autotask (acquired Vista in 2014 and merged with Datto in 2017), where he was most recently Senior Vice President and General Manager, International.

In his previous role, Mark was responsible for establishing and operating all international offices and grew Autotask's international business to around 50% of the total company's revenue. Prior to Autotask, Mark held various sales management roles at Innopath and SmartTrust.

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