Application Performance Management as a Service

Consolidate APM under one umbrella

APM Solution

We simplify APM by providing a solution that automatically consolidates APM under one umbrella so that all data and information is correlated and presented in digestible form for the needs of the various teams in your organisation’s value chain.

Mindful of existing tools and services a client may have in place, we use proprietary and industry standard tools that ultimately result in rationalisation, reduced costs, greatly improved usability and more business value from your APM. 

Provide root cause analytics

Information Gathering

We want to understand your business to consolidate metrics that gives IT and business the ability to provide root cause analytics and resolve problems in a pro-active manner.

Using business intelligence and a TQ skillset being on the back foot is a thing of the past.

Dynamic and reusable dashboards

Consolidate Monitoring

Combine different data sources in the same solution, share to a dashboard or full screen panel. Automatically includes current time range and variables. Create a public or internal snapshots. Server side render API makes chat integration possible.

Dynamic and reusable dashboards with template variables that appear as dropdowns at the top of the dashboard.

Reduces your Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR)

APM Team Collaboration

TQ APM reduces your Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR), which means that performance issues are resolved quicker and more efficiently so that the impact to your business bottom line is reduced.


Fast and flexible visualizations with a multitude of options allow you to visualize your data any way you want. Combine different data sources in the same view. This works on existing toolsets that your organisation has and we could also generate custom data sources to give both Business and information technology value.

Measure End User Performance

APM used for Software Testing

TQ APM can be used to:

  • To measure End User Performance
  • Find performance bottlenecks on Mobile and Web based applications
  • Test code releases through different environments for example Dev, QA, UAT, PROD
  • Integration testing via various Micro services
  • Code Profiling on Java applications
  • Long running queries on databases