If you follow Dragon’s Den, you may have noticed just how many contestants’ websites fail on the night the show airs. They may not get that level of exposure again but if all everyone sees is “Page cannot be displayed”, they probably won’t return, losing potential revenue and damaging the brand.

Are you launch ready?

It doesn’t matter what you’re launching, you only get one chance to make a great first impression. If visitors flood your site or your system, will it cope? Or will it go down, at great cost to your business and brand?

Breathing a sigh of relief

Since 1999 we have worked behind the scene of some of the UK’s most pressured launches – including helping UNICEF launch Soccer Aid, major retailers prepare for peak trading and UCAS prepare for the heavy traffic they receive every August as part of the university ‘clearing’ process. Even Sport Relief, one of the biggest televised campaigns in the UK, was able to cope with 214 donations per second on the night thanks to our work.

Thanks to SCL’s dedicated staff, who worked above and beyond the call of duty, we were able to enter the final phases of a busy campaign with confidence. SCL’s obvious expertise in this field made it possible to work under the extreme timeframes within which we have to operate, closely replicating unusual real user traffic patterns

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Our LoadTest Expert service allows us to predict the behaviour of your system when it’s under pressure, so that you can prevent performance issues before launch. You don’t need to run this in-house; it’s managed externally to save significant time, cost and resources.

More importantly, you will be safe in the hands of a technical team that have delivered successful testing engagements for many web and enterprise applications, such as JD Edwards and Oracle E-Business. We will test your applications to their limit, so no matter what happens, you have total confidence on launch day.

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