Itrinegy Joins the Vendor Forum
March 04, 2013
Pete Goldin

Jim Swepson, Pre-sales Technologist at iTrinegy, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

iTrinegy - based in Reno NV - specializes in helping organizations address all types of networked application performance issues, de-risk application roll-outs and optimize network utilization.

Swepson has been at iTrinegy since at its inception in 2004. He has a wide range of experience in the network and networked application performance areas, with a particular interest in network emulation. Previously, Swepson worked as a consultant for many different UK and US companies.

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www.itrinegy.com

Read Jim Swepson's first blog on the Vendor Forum: Which APM? – The Choice is Yours

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