Flowstack is designed for everyone — not just developers! Here's how.
How does Flowstack help developers?
Flowstack enables developers to keep a finger on the pulse of application health, offering granular insight into request/response times, potential bottlenecks, and LLM-specific cost breakdowns. They can evaluate code efficiency in real-time and associate specific features or services with their respective costs and performance.
Debugging and resolving issues quicker due to immediate visibility into request/response times and patterns.
Making more informed decisions when optimizing code, backed by real-time performance metrics.
Assessing the cost-effectiveness of various LLMs to influence architectural decisions.
How does Flowstack help product teams?
Flowstack’s easy-to-use dashboards and powerful tables empower product teams to validate product decisions against actual user behavior and application performance. It helps translate technical metrics into business value, helping to guide feature prioritization.
Using user-level data to drive feature roadmap decisions, based on user interaction and engagement.
Evaluating the impact of a new feature release by observing changes in user behavior metrics.
Understanding the cost implications of new features to make data-informed decisions about product pricing.
How does Flowstack help customer success?
Flowstack's in-depth data helps the customer success team answer user questions and proactively identify potential issues impacting customer experience. The user-level metrics can reveal usage patterns, helping to customize user communication and assistance.
Identifying and proactively reaching out to users impacted by performance issues.
Leveraging usage metrics to create personalized user engagement strategies.
Using observed performance trends to inform customer-facing FAQs and support documents.
QA & Security
How does Flowstack help quality assurance?
Flowstack's detailed visibility into request/response times, latency, and LLM-specific costs help the QA & Security team verify the efficiency and reliability of the application. They can use these metrics to ensure high-quality user experience, and to keep an eye out for irregularities or toxicity in LLM behavior.
QA teams monitor unusual request/responses, quality fluctuations during testing, and identifying any issues that may affect the user experience.
By observing LLM behavior over time, the team can understand the shortcomings of LLMs in production and more future optimizations.
Prior to product updates, the QA team can leverage Flowstack data to benchmark LLM performance and post-update, they can validate whether the performance has improved or needs further optimization.
Sales & Marketing
How does Flowstack help sales & marketing?
By providing insight into user engagement and the cost-effectiveness of various app features, Flowstack helps the Sales & Marketing team refine their strategies. They can use these insights to create more targeted campaigns and accurately communicate the value proposition to prospects.
Identifying the most popular app features to emphasize in sales pitches and promotional materials.
Using user-level metrics to create targeted marketing campaigns for specific user segments.
Understanding the cost implications of user acquisition and usage patterns to optimize pricing and sales forecasts.
Ops & Finance
How does Flowstack help ops & finance?
Flowstack helps the Ops & Finance team navigate the financial landscape of application management by providing a clear view of the cost structure associated with different LLMs. It can help them forecast expenses, manage budgets, and optimize resource allocation.
Using cost data to make informed decisions about resource allocation and budgeting for app scaling.
Analyzing cost trends to forecast future expenses and optimize financial efficiency.
Assessing the ROI of different LLM providers to guide negotiations and contract renewals.