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Acquired byCompuware
Price$295M
Date10/2009
TermsCash

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Gomez, Inc
10 Macguire Rd.
Suite 330
Lexington, MA, 02421
USA

Acquisitions

BrowserCam, 6/2007

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Gomez, Inc.

Gomez, the web performance division of Compuware, provides the industry’s leading solutions for optimizing the performance, availability, and quality of web and mobile applications. The on-demand Gomez platform integrates solutions for web load testing, web performance management, web cross-browser testing, and web performance business analysis that test and measure web and mobile applications from the “outside-in” – across all users, browsers, devices, and geographies – using a global network of over 100,000 locations. When combined with Compuware Vantage, Gomez offers the industry’s only solution for optimizing application performance across the Enterprise and the Internet. Over 3,000 customers worldwide, ranging from small companies to large enterprises – including 12 of the top 20 most visited US websites – use Gomez solutions to increase revenue, build brand loyalty and decrease costs.

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BrowserCam

Websitebrowser.com

BrowserCam offers Browser Capture, Device Capture, Remote Capture, and “Virtual Machine.”

ExperienceFirst Platform

Websitegomez.com/products/experiencefir...

The ExperienceFirst by Gomez, Inc platform provides an integrated software as a service (SaaS) environment for IT and business professionals to measure and manage web application experience at all stages of the application life cycle. This allows you to manage your web application experience from development through deployment and into production, all from the customer perspective, and with the customer’s web experience in mind.

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Gomez

Sources

  1. Compuware Buys Gomez For $295 Million In Cash (techcrunchit.com) [edit]
  2. Gomez buys BrowserCam to help cross-platform development (venturebeat.com) [edit]
  3. Compuware Buys Gomez For $295 Million In Cash (techcrunchit.com) [edit]
  4. Article: Gomez Raises $9.3 Million in Private Financing; Withdraws Registration Statement; Softbank Ventures, Inc. Leads Investor Group in Series D Financing. (highbeam.com) [edit]
  5. Compuware Buys Gomez For $295 Million In Cash (techcrunchit.com) [edit]
  6. Article: Gomez Raises $9.3 Million in Private Financing; Withdraws Registration Statement; Softbank Ventures, Inc. Leads Investor Group in Series D Financing. (highbeam.com) [edit]
  7. Gomez lands another $3.5M (masshightech.com) [edit]
  8. Compuware Buys Gomez For $295 Million In Cash (techcrunchit.com) [edit]
  9. Gomez gets $6M in third funding round (masshightech.com) [edit]
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