In the interview, Yaniv told the tale of how Perfecto’s customers have progressed from solely telecom operators in the early days (“early days” being 2010) to today’s growing list of banking, retail, media, manufacturing, and oil and gas customers.
He also emphasized that the key to Perfecto’s success has been the real-world conditions the company recreates in its 12 data centers that contain real mobile devices.
“Think of putting a plane in a wind tunnel, making it rain, that kind of stuff. When you put an app in our environment you decide what device and operating software it will go on. We can inject GPS location into the device … Developers can even set network parameters around the device — if the network is slow or fast, 3G or 4G — and decide what load will be on the back end server.”
The transition to more broad digital technologies is also hot on Yaniv’s mind as Perfecto prepares to serve enterprises that are expanding their app development from smartphones and tablets to wearables, Internet of Things devices, TVs, cars, and more.
Shane is Perfecto's Content Marketing Manager. He oversees the company's content production, including the corporate blog, white papers, podcasts and infographics. Shane brought with him to Perfecto 12 years of technology journalism experience in roles such as Managing Editor for InformationWeek and Assistant Managing Editor and Senior Writer at CIO.com where his writing garnered an ASBPE Award for his blog, "Eye on Microsoft" and a min Editorial & Design Award. You can find Shane obsessing over mobile technology, sports and pop culture on Twitter @smoneill.
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