Andrew Levy, co-founder of Crittercism, has plenty of experience as entrepreneur and team leader before he started his latest venture. Before co-founding Crittercism on 2011, he was also the co-founder of a Y Combinator company, AdThrow, which made a data processing pipeline for real-time targeting and advertisement.
He was also a team leader at HP Software where his teams specialized in agile programming methodologies as well as in the promotion of rapid product iterations. He worked for several companies in the intelligence and defense sectors including Northrop Grumman, Silicon Graphics Federal, and Computer Sciences Corporation.
Levy has a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the Johns Hopkins University.
Crittercism is increasingly being known for its mobile application performance management (mAPM) solution, which enables organizations to accelerate the growth of their mobile businesses. The solution provides its users with the features and functions necessary to monitor all areas of mobile app performance and to secure a real-time view of the transaction metrics across several platforms.