Righting the wrongs how error reporting is a critical part of enterprise IT

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As the world becomes ever more competitive, organizations are seeking ways to differentiate. Delivering data and applications to internal and external stakeholders becomes a central part of what organizations do. Increasingly, organizations of every type will start to think of applications as a critical component to their continued growth and success. This whitepaper takes a look into how error reporting is a crucial part of Enterprise IT.

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  • The push vs pull approach to software development
  • Culture, process and tools
  • Letting effective error monitoring take the load
  • Moving faster, freeing brain cycles and increasing innovation
  • How Raygun helps you build better software

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