Blumira ranked highly again in G2’s Summer 2021 reports, receiving badges for Best Est. ROI (return on investment), Fastest Implementation, Easiest to Use, Best Results, High Performer and many others.
Best Estimated ROI & High Performer
For best estimated ROI, Blumira received a badge for the SIEM, System Security and Mid-Market categories. Blumira earned best estimated ROI based on a combination of estimated time to achieve ROI and time to go live — 5x faster than the average SIEM provider, based on a comparison of 12 different vendors on G2 (see Fastest Implementation for more detail). A faster deployment time means faster time to security, allowing customers to detect and respond to threats more efficiently.
Blumira ranked as a high performer for the SIEM category and earned the highest customer satisfaction scores for the entire category with a 96% likelihood to recommend score. Plus, 100% of surveyed customers said that Blumira’s product was going in the right direction.
Duraflame, a Blumira customer, chose Blumira due to its high ROI, with its easy-to-understand pricing model and flexible payment options that allowed management to quickly approve the solution.
“I didn’t have the budget to spend on partnering with a managed SOC (security operations center) provider. All of the solutions we looked at required a long-term commitment with a high barrier of entry.” – John Hwee, Director of IT, Duraflame
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Best Relationship & Best Support
Compared to many other vendors like AlienVault (Now AT&T Cybersecurity), Graylog, Sumo Logic, IBM Security, Splunk and many others, Blumira was ranked as the easiest SIEM solution to use, with the highest score of the category at 95%.
The usability score is based on:
- Ease of use
- Ease of administration
- Meets requirements
- Average user adoption
One of our customers, Burcham Hills, chose Blumira’s cloud SIEM over Sophos and Splunk for the high level of support.
“Other solutions I was looking at — like Sophos and Splunk — seemed more enterprise and I felt that we would get lost trying to deploy and support them. I have no doubt Blumira will continue to grow and I’m glad to be part of that story.” – Ronnie Baker, IT Manager, Burcham Hills
Duraflame chose Blumira for similar reasons:
“I was looking for something new and different from the Splunks and AlienVaults of the world. A solution that focused on the user experience and security relationship.” – John Hwee, Director of IT, Duraflame
Blumira’s engineering, security analysts and incident detection engineer teams act as trusted advisors for our customers and partner with them to provide education for their overall security success.
We provide our recommendations on what types of logs and detections will bring the most security value while reducing the noise of unnecessary alerts, as well as unnecessary busywork for small IT/security teams.
- Ease of setup
- Implementation time (shortest go-live time)
- User adoption
In a comparison of time to go live across 12 different vendors, Blumira is 75% faster than the industry average – .5 months compared to the average 2 months for setup and deployment of a SIEM.
Blumira customer Duraflame evaluated other SIEM products like Splunk and AlienVault (now AT&T Cybersecurity) but faced challenges of high cost and complex implementation. Duraflame chose Blumira because of its ease of implementation.
“Blumira’s demo and free trial period gave us a lot of value and was pretty easy to do. The total implementation process took less than 4 hours to get fully functional.” – John Hwee, Director of IT, Duraflame
Users Love Blumira
For the SIEM category, Blumira earned the highest satisfaction ratings, with such factors as:
- Ease of business
- Likely to recommend
- Quality of support
- Ease of use
Blumira also earned the highest Net Promoter Score (NPS) out of any SIEM vendor.
Our SIEM also ranked highest in the results index, which includes factors like most likely to recommend, meet requirements, estimated ROI and other factors – beating out AlienVault (Now AT&T Cybersecurity), Graylog and Sumo Logic.