Problems by such content can translate into content unavailability or loss of functionality, and users associate the problem with the website and the brand – not with the third-party that actually caused it. At Catchpoint we believe that monitoring such content and having SLAs with your partners or vendors is key to ensuring excellent performance, however we have come to believe that monitoring alone is not sufficient in solving the problem. There has been a better way to manage such content, and mitigate the risks associated with it – without having to drop the partner/vendor (especially when it provides value like revenue or marketing services).
We have been looking at the issue since we started Catchpoint in 2008, and finally we had some time to implement one of the ideas and build a product around it. Today we are launching the product, Outclip, in private Beta, free of charge to a limited number of companies in order to gather feedback before launching to everyone.
Outclip allows websites to:
Our aim was to reach the above objectives while still keeping certain functionality intact including:
If you are a web publisher or e-commerce site depending heavily on third-party content, and are interested in participating in the beta program please register at http://www.outclip.com
The Catchpoint Team.