New Relic Software Analytics Cloud Helps Nonprofits Become Data-Driven Organizations
FREMONT, CA: New Relic announces an expanded offering for its qualifying nonprofit program customers with New Relic Software Analytics Cloud making it easier for nonprofits to use their products in order to better monitor and manage their software and applications.
New Relic Software Analytics is augmented with Big Data capture model to gather billions of metrics and events from the live production software, mobile applications, end user experiences, transactions and customer interfaces. Being self driven, it extends to user behavior and provides business insights that enable application performance management.
The New Relic nonprofit program aims to increase products accessibility for nonprofits organizations like healthcare, welfare, education, government sectors and so on and allowing these organizations to focus their time and attention on their core causes. The nonprofits can now use New Relic’s Application Performance Monitoring (APM) product to monitor their software’s performance. They are provided with discounts on all New Relic products, including Browser, Insights, Mobile and Synthetics.
“We see New Relic’s cloud-based approach to software analytics as cost-efficient and easy-to-use and one that aligns with the structure and needs of so many nonprofits. With the New Relic nonprofit program, we set out to lower the barrier to entry for nonprofits to understand their software’s performance and business insights, and therefore strengthen their focus on making the world a better place,” said Yvonne Wassenaar, CIO, New Relic.
New Relic’s existing nonprofit program customers include Amara, Drupal Association, Great Nonprofits, House of Dreams, Kiva, Teaching Channel and more. The expanded offering delivers nonprofits with agile analytics where they can have the insights to make critical business decisions. It provides nonprofits with clear, actionable intelligence on end-user behavior.
“At Kiva, New Relic has helped us improve performance and stability, whether it’s for long-running queries, servers that are getting hit too often, or a particular part of an application that isn’t handling increases in user volume,” said Kevin O’Brien, Chief Technology Officer, Kiva. “Stronger website performance means more connections made between lenders and borrowers to help alleviate poverty.”