Traditional web performance metrics are often technical and don't reflect your customer's journey. Treo is powered by Lighthouse and focuses on user experience metrics to help you to build delightful web experience.
Treo shows your site performance like no one else. Use carefully crafted visualizations and understand your data easily.
Treo audits your pages in a stable, isolated environment, providing the results you can trust. Get a configurable, world-class infrastructure, that saves your time and covers all your use-cases.
Configure CPU power and network throughput using a device that represents your customers.
Treo provides the option to use PageSpeed Insights API to run Lighthouse.
Choose a location that is closer to your customers. Avoid network latency and geo barriers.
Receive a notification when metrics change or get lower than expected.
Get all the collected data using a simple REST API. Easily integrate Treo to your existing infrastructure.
By auditing pages every hour, Treo provides an accurate reporting and timely detection of changes.
Monitor internal URLs by whitelisting our IP address. Catch bugs before they reach production.
Specify HTTP headers to the Treo agent and manage your site's authentication or custom features.
Explore the speed of popular websites using a dynamic preview and detailed reports.
Google is famous for its dedication to web performance. Check the speed of some projects.
It's nice to be faster than your competitors, especially when they are performance oriented products.
The iPhone release or special event, the history of Apple announcements reflected with metrics.
UK government sets high standards for accessibility and performance, and we admire that.
Building a fast, dynamic, and data-rich dashboard is hard. Check our effort to balance growth and quality.
Treo helped us tremendously at the beginning of the year - we doubled the performance of our website by using Treo as the monitoring tool. And now that the performance has been improved, we are using it to track the status and alert for possible regressions.Gilberto Torrezan