Bringing cutting edge network monitoring to Benelux

ThousandEyes, which produces software for measuring the performance of wide area and local internet networks, is opening a new sales and service department in Amsterdam. Establishing itself in Amsterdam represents an import step in ThousandEyes’ global expansion plan. Companies located in the Netherlands and around the Benelux region are on the forefront of innovation and rely on the internet and cloud to provide employees and customers with services and apps. However, the quality of digital experiences is dependent upon the internet they use to operate, making the ability to analyse networks increasingly important. 

A world-leading tech firm moves to Amsterdam

Mohit Lad, co-founder and CEO of ThousandEyes, said: We're thrilled to open operations in Munich and Amsterdam to better serve companies in Germany and Benelux that are adopting cloud and demanding better visibility into the Internet and digital experiences, which only ThousandEyes provides.Thanks to the real-time visual map of ThousandEyes, customers can immediately see where possible bottlenecks and disruptions have occurred. They can then immediately share this with their service and cloud providers, so that problems can be solved before the customer is bothered.”

Currently, ThousandEyes works with big brands and leading startups, including more than 65 Fortune 500 companies. Several big banks also use its flagship product, which was honoured at the last SaaS Awards. ThousandEyes also publishes scientific research focused on internet performance which helps other businesses make data-influenced decisions regarding the cloud. ThousandEyes is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Dublin, London, New York, Sydney and Tokyo.

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