With 25 Successive Quarters of Revenue Growth, Company Continues to Expand International Footprint and Improve Intelligence Capabilities
Manchester, NH (May 13, 2015) – More and more companies rely on the Internet to grow their businesses, communicate with customers, and facilitate sales. But when poor Internet Performance impacts the availability of websites, applications and services, it adversely affects sales. The need for Internet Performance services that help companies navigate these issues and mitigate risk has become abundantly clear for both IT executives and consumers alike. That’s why Dyn, the worldwide leader in Internet Performance, today announced 25 successive quarters of revenue growth since 2009. Customers globally rely on Dyn to improve their performance online and this past quarter, the company continued to expand its impressive customer base to showcase its leading industry expertise.
“Our research has shown that 95 percent of IT executives report lost sales due to poor website performance,” said Kyle York, CMO of Dyn. “That’s just one of the many potential consequences we’ve uncovered for businesses who don’t put measures in place to protect their Internet Performance. These infrastructure issues have previously been approached from a reactionary angle: use a Band-Aid to stop the bleeding when an issue occurs. But today’s companies need to be more proactive when it comes to protecting their presence and assets online. Internet Performance has become table-stakes, and it’s a necessary ingredient for the continued reputation and growth of any business operating online.”
International Expansion + Improved Intelligence
Internet Performance is a global issue. Unusual traffic patterns or routing issues around the world can impact a company’s online presence locally, and oftentimes go unnoticed until it’s too late. Dyn’s Internet Performance solutions keep an eye on the health and availability of the global web, and give companies all over the world an unprecedented view of the global Internet landscape and how it affects their business. Building on the company’s incredible international growth in 2014, Dyn announced its expansion into Asia Pacific this past quarter, with the regional release of Dyn Internet Intelligence, a leading monitoring and analytics tool that provides real-time visibility into critical Internet connectivity, cloud services and routing data so enterprises get a comprehensive look into how the Internet affects user experience.
Dyn’s Internet Intelligence has more than doubled its customer base since launching in September 2014, and has continued to evolve with new features and capabilities including comprehensive monitoring features for cloud providers and data center performance monitoring.
“We have visitors accessing our site from all over the world, so we need to ensure a consistent global reach with our content,” said Dimi Paun, Chief Technology Officer for social video network, Keek, which has more than 74 million registered members worldwide. “Dyn’s worldwide network helps us deliver content faster and more reliably to any visitor, no matter where they are. Our DNS speed is fantastic with Dyn, allowing visitors to enjoy the content on our site without delays.”
Bolstering Executive Team
Dyn also recently announced key executive hires, including welcoming Kevin Bisson as the company’s Chief Financial Officer, and announcing Gary Haroian as the company’s newest Board member. Bisson previously served as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Mercury Systems, Inc. His experience and expertise will help guide Dyn’s financing and investment decisions, and help foster the company’s continued growth. Haroian boasts an impressive 30-year career helping companies grow and thrive. For the past 10 years, he’s provided leadership and strategic direction to a variety of publicly-held and private venture-backed companies.
“Dyn has long provided the industry’s best Traffic Management and Internet Intelligence solutions for companies both big and small and is well positioned to be the leader in this emerging market for next generation Internet Performance solutions,” Haroian said. “As more businesses look to move applications into the Cloud, they will increasingly look to companies like Dyn to help them manage those assets. I look forward to helping Dyn truly take advantage of this very large opportunity.”
The Brightest Minds on the Internet
Current Dyn Fellow Andrew Sullivan also recently expanded his role in the broader Internet community as Chair of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). Sullivan will primarily be responsible for leading a group charged with oversight of the technical and engineering development of the Internet. This includes aspects of the architecture for the protocols and procedures used by the Internet, and oversight of the process used to create Internet standards. Sullivan joins a long list of Dyn thought leaders who have previously held various roles within key Internet organizations, helping to shape the future of the web.
For more information on Dyn and its Internet Performance offerings, visit www.dyn.com.
Dyn is a cloud-based Internet Performance company. Dyn helps companies monitor, control, and optimize online infrastructure for an exceptional end-user experience. Through a world-class network and unrivaled, objective intelligence into Internet conditions, Dyn ensures traffic gets delivered faster, safer, and more reliably than ever.
Dyn is the leading Internet Performance provider to the most visited web properties in the world, as measured by the Alexa 500. Dyn delivers more brand loyalty, customer satisfaction, and increased sales from startups to Global 2000 companies and businesses in between. Dyn is Internet Performance. Delivered. Visit dyn.com for more info on how Dyn delivers.
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