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Gomez

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Founded Year

1997

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$64.03M

About Gomez

Gomez operates in Web application experience management, providing an on-demand platform that organizations use to optimize the performance, availability, and quality of their Web and mobile applications. The Gomez platform identifies business-impacting issues by testing and measuring Web applications from the outside-in, across all users, browsers, devices, and geographies, using a global network of over 100,000 locations. The self-service Gomez platform integrates Web load testing, Web performance management, cross-browser testing, and Web performance business analysis. In November 2009, Gomez was acquired by Compuware. The valuation of Gomez was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

Headquarters Location

10 Maguire Road Suite 330

Lexington, Massachusetts, 02420,

United States

781-778-2700

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Gomez Patents

Gomez has filed 3 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

6/15/2017

5/18/2021

Bones of the head and neck, Mechanics, Solid mechanics, Rugby union locks, Elasticity (physics)

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Application Date

6/15/2017

Grant Date

5/18/2021

Title

Related Topics

Bones of the head and neck, Mechanics, Solid mechanics, Rugby union locks, Elasticity (physics)

Status

Grant

Latest Gomez News

'It could happen to anyone': Call for 1,000 public defibrillators gains traction in Vancouver

Nov 15, 2021

Article content “I’m still scared of it happening again,” Gomez said, recalling the day when Alex, who was 14 at the time, collapsed while working out near their home at the Surrey Sports & Leisure Complex. It took the electrical shock of an automated external defibrillator (AED) to bring his pulse back online. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or 'It could happen to anyone': Call for 1,000 public defibrillators gains traction in Vancouver Back to video “Doctors and emergency responders credited the nearby lifeguards’ quick use of an AED for saving his life,” said Gomez. Alex, now 17, has a cardioverter-defibrillator in his chest to monitor his heartbeat and deliver electrical impulses or shocks in case it wanes from diagnosed supraventricular tachycardia (rapid heart rate). “What happened to me, it could happen to anyone, there’s no specific cause for it,” Alex said. Advertisement Article content It’s why the Gomez family is calling on more Metro Vancouver municipalities, schools and businesses to install publicly accessible AEDs. On Tuesday, Vancouver will decide whether a thousand publicly-accessible defibrillator cabinets with naloxone kits should be installed throughout the city. Councillor Pete Fry’s motion would see the devices at high-traffic locations, including city facilities, transit hubs, public spaces, and new developments. “I want the city to find a creative way to fund these devices without using taxpayer dollars,” Fry said. “Maybe developers can sponsor their cost.” The $7,500 AED cabinets, designed by first aid charity St. John Ambulance, are temperature-controlled and wirelessly accessible, said CEO Ken Leggatt, who noted that sudden cardiac arrest is the cause of death for 6,000 British Columbians each year. Advertisement Article content “When cardiac arrest occurs, responders have just minutes before permanent or fatal brain damage happens,” said Leggatt. “The installation of these devices will enable passersby to use life-saving tools, like the AED or overdose-reversing naloxone nasal spray, while contacting 911.” In Vancouver, around 75 defibrillators are available for public use, according to a city spokesperson Godfrey Tait. “They are found in recreation centres and hospitals but we don’t see them ubiquitously in the public realm,” said Fry. In addition to being weather-resistant, the St. John Ambulance AEDs proposed for Vancouver are monitored remotely in case of theft. “When someone opens the cabinet, a staff member at St. John Ambulance is alerted by phone call and with a picture image, identifying who accessed it,” Leggett said. People who do not have a cellphone will be able to call for help through a two-way speaker. “Our vision is to have one in every public park in Metro Vancouver and across B.C.” Gomez invested in an AED for her family’s home. To this day, she takes the device with her to Alex’s soccer games. “It’s surprisingly really easy to use,” said the mother. “Audio prompts to walk you through step-by-step what to do like when to administer the electric pulse and how to perform CPR.” Alex, set to graduate high school next year, hopes that more Metro Vancouver cities will look into installing AEDs. “These devices could save more lives than just mine,” he said. Share this Story: 'It could happen to anyone': Call for 1,000 public defibrillators gains traction in Vancouver

Gomez Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Gomez founded?

    Gomez was founded in 1997.

  • Where is Gomez's headquarters?

    Gomez's headquarters is located at 10 Maguire Road, Lexington.

  • What is Gomez's latest funding round?

    Gomez's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Gomez raise?

    Gomez raised a total of $64.03M.

  • Who are the investors of Gomez?

    Investors of Gomez include Compuware, Dolphin Equity, Harbert Venture Partners, Aurora Funds, DH Private Equity Partners and 11 more.

  • Who are Gomez's competitors?

    Competitors of Gomez include CloudFlare and 3 more.

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