Agreed it is probably a small user base and not widely marketed. I was just curious because the IT resources using it seemed to get along with it. I used it to build a performance test with a script that simulated a user performing a function on the GUI so it can be used to write test scripts. The IT department mostly used it to create server performance monitoring scripts for early warnings and recommendations on performance enhancements. But some IT guys criticized that general windows and unix utilities can do the same thing just not as easy and comprehensive and pretty.
I just thought I would post to see if anyone uses it and maybe if people google it they can see this post.
Nimsoft Indicative is more of a monitoring solution than a testing solution. The goal of the "tests" in Nimbus Indicative is application availability and alarm generation rather than stress testing or usability tests. Hope this helps!