The Talisma CRM software allows you to easily organize, automate, and synchronize many of your institutions most important processes, especially marketing and academic service-related processes. When it performs well, it is able to seamlessly integrate multiple types of communication systems with sophisticated tracking software to give your constituents the best quality of service possible in the most relevant and effective marketing campaigns.
When it performs well, it adds a lot of value – and revenue– to your institution. When it does not perform well, on the other hand, then the result is all around frustration and a damaged bottom line. In order to prevent this from happening, you need to properly load test your applications before going live with them. That way, if they do not perform well under stress, you can identify that and make the necessary adjustments before going live rather than scrambling to implement damage control.
Now in order for load testing to be effective, you need to select the right load testing application. Shopping around for load testers can be frustrating. When it comes to load testing Talisma CRM, here are the three most important things to look out for when investing in a Talisma load testing application.
You want to perform multiple load tests at different levels of stress. To make this possible, your load testing application needs to be easy enough to use that you can quickly set up and execute multiple load tests at different levels of stress.
Stay away from load testers that require you to do special coding. These load testers end up becoming a huge liability in time and resources.
You will get the best results from your load tests if your load testing application gathers data from the end users point of view. As you would expect, when you can create virtual users accessing the software from multiple devices, especially for a software like Talisma CRM whose multi-device functionality makes it so powerful, you will get useful results.
Ultimately it will be your constituents– students, alumni, and families – which experience the system when it goes live. Selecting a load testing application that simulates their experience is useful.
Selecting a load testing application that is protocol independent will give you the most flexibility when testing your Talisma CRM software. This is because a protocol independent load testing application enables you to perform load tests on your Talisma software in conjunction with any other type of application regardless of the protocols that are used.
Many load testers on the market today are overly expensive, time-consuming, and ineffective. Luckily, there are load tester that aren’t like that. One Talisma CRM load testing application that meets the three requirements discussed in this article is AppLoader.
AppLoader is easy to use, tests from the end users point of view, and is protocol independent. In addition, it executes load tests quickly and presents the results to you in easy to understand charts and graphs. You can make the necessary adjustments to your system before going live or launch it with full confidence that it will perform the way that you and your constituents want it to perform.
Of all the Talisma CRM load testing applications on the market today, AppLoader is the best one to invest your money and trust into. Its capabilities are truly outstanding.