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Dataforensics Selects PreEmptive Solutions Dotfuscator and Runtime Intelligence Service to Protect and Monitor Applications

PreEmptive Solutions, the leading provider of solutions to protect, measure, and manage application investments, announced today that Dataforensics has selected Dotfuscator and the Runtime Intelligence Service for customer experience improvement and intellectual property protection.

Dataforensics, a leader in geotechnical and geoenvironmental data management software, combines advanced algorithms and data management architecture with a tailored user experience for geologists, geotechnical and environmental engineers, and engineering technicians.

“By extending Dotfuscator, a best in class application protection product, to inject application monitoring at the same time that it hardens and optimizes assemblies, PreEmptive Solutions has created a safe and cost-effective means of implementing software customer experience improvement programs,” said Scott Deaton, President of Dataforensics. “And the Runtime Intelligence Service, PreEmptive’s application analytics portal, brings this information back to Dataforensics with near real-time analysis of how our clients are really using our software.”

Application analytics offer unprecedented insight into how software is being used in the real world, giving multiple stakeholders, from developer to CIO to business owner, a reliable way to measure and manage development investments. Like web analytics, application analytics correlates behavior with business results. Unlike web analytics, however, application analytics extends beyond browser clicks on a web page to include mobile and traditional client experiences as well as the business and back office tiers that tie all of these together.

“Software companies like Dataforensics, with an established reputation for delivering high quality and high value software, expect no less from their suppliers,” said Sebastian Holst, CMO PreEmptive Solutions. “We are thrilled that our Runtime Intelligence Service and Dotfuscator have met Dataforensics’ exacting software quality standards.”

About Dataforensics

Dataforensics is a leader in developing and deploying geotechnical and geoenvironmental software applications which help geologists, geotechnical and environmental engineers, and engineering technicians accomplish field and office work in less time, with more accuracy and with higher quality data. For more information, visit www.dataforensics.net.

About PreEmptive Solutions

PreEmptive Solutions produces the Dotfuscator and DashO application protection, monitoring and management product families and the Runtime Intelligence Service. With more than 4,000 corporate clients, 40,000 registered installations in 100+ countries and inclusion with Microsoft’s 6,000,000+ Visual Studio seats, PreEmptive Solutions is the clear choice for every organization serious about protecting, measuring and managing their application investments. For more information, visit www.preemptive.com or call +1 440.443.7200.

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