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Crittercism Develops APM Tools For Mobile Apps

San Francisco-based Crittercism has developed a mobile application performance management system that gives IT managers a real-time view of application diagnostics data and information about application crashes for software running on iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 mobile devices, as well as HTML5 and hybrid mobile applications.

Founded in 2011 by CEO Andrew Levy, Crittercism raised $12 million in Series B funding last month, led by Google Ventures and participation from Shasta Ventures and Opus Capital.

In January Crittercism scored a coup when it struck a deal to integrate its APM tools with Appcelerator's Titanium 3.0, a leading mobile software development platform.



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