03/01/2016

Benchmark Your Web and Mobile User Experience

Yottaa's CEXi is a compound index that quantifies the desktop and mobile user experience of a web application far more accurately than any single metric. The CEXi combines objective, measurable aspects of performance, such as page load speed from both mobile and desktop simulations, with specific weighting calculations to provide online businesses with an overall performance score that simulates the actual feeling, positive or negative, of using their web applications for a modern, cross-device user.

The Customer Experience Index focuses on three aspects of web performance: speed, parity of experience (across devices), and how well a site is optimized in relation to its complexity.

Click the button to get your organization's CEXi calculated and see where you stand in comparison to your competitors.

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Month: November 2012

Holiday traffic is expected to rise dramatically (>20%) this season, and sites large and small seek the competitive edge to capture as much revenue as possible.  So if you’re like many WebOps, WebDev and Marketing teams, you might be asking yourself questions like these: Is my site ready for the holiday rush? My site visitors […]

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The web was struggling on Tuesday election night.  While television networks focused on the big race, millions took to Social Media to air their opinions and millions more visited news sites hoping to find up-to-the-second data on the results of local races and ballot questions.  Big news sites and social media outlets surely prepared for […]

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Yottaa is excited to be hosting a series of webinars with our good friends at Jirafe, the e-commerce analytics softare provider.  (In the first webinar we covered 11 ways you can speed up your site.) For the second webinar in the series, Jesse Middleton from Jirafe joined Bob Buffone and Ilya Mirman from Yottaa to […]

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Yottaa for Drupal Commerce offers significant performance gains and high site availability to growing eCommerce websites

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If you provide a SaaS app that requires users to log in, then you know how challenging it can be to monitor performance of pages behind that barrier.  This is especially problematic since SaaS apps tend to be heavy, complex creations with a host of performance challenges.  This means the web destinations most at-risk for […]

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