SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Crittercism, the leader in mobile App Performance Management (mAPM), today announced it has hired enterprise veteran Yoav Boaz as vice president of product management to drive innovation in mobile intelligence. Boaz will lead the product team in the company's effort to help enterprises accelerate their mobile business.
"As mobile continues to grow at the enterprise level, the need for insights into application performance becomes increasingly critical in decision making," said Boaz. "Crittercism is at the cusp of mobile intelligence and I'm thrilled to join the product team and contribute to the development of their game-changing solutions."
Boaz has over 15 years of experience in product management for enterprise-level organizations. Most recently, he served as vice president of product management at CFEngine, a leader in IT automation. Prior to CFEngine, Boaz served as senior director of product management at VMWare, where he oversaw the vCenter Operations Management Suite and prior to that, led planning product development for HP. Boaz has also successfully founded several companies in the enterprise management space.
"Yoav's expertise will be a great asset to our team and instrumental in creating truly transformative products to improve mobile experiences," said Andrew Levy, founder and CEO of Crittercism. "His knowledge in developing analytics and monitoring products will help us take Crittercism to the next level and help shape our customers' mobile strategies."
Crittercism provides the world's leading mobile application performance management (mAPM) solution and enables enterprises to accelerate their mobile business. The company's solution monitors every aspect of mobile app performance and provides a real-time global view of app and transaction metrics across iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, Hybrid and HTML5 apps. The company's investors include Google Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures, InterWest Partners and Accenture. Learn more at http://www.crittercism.com.