Selecting enterprise software can be a nightmare, especially when it comes to cybersecurity. Distinguishing between the marketing hype and the product realities is hard enough, and almost no one has the time to do a deep dive analysis of the thousands of tools on the market. This is why analyst firms like Gartner and IDC have been so successful – they offer an effective shorthand for IT and security leaders to identify the technologies that best meet an organization’s requirements.
Yet often this is not always enough. That’s why enterprise review sites have been so explosively popular in the past few years. Reviews on Gartner Peer Insights and G2.com have provided a validated, verified way for customers to share their honest opinions about the products they have invested in. There is no amount of marketing budget or analyst charm that can overcome a product that customers don’t like – which is why we’re so proud of our scores on these enterprise review sites. NetMotion, now part of Absolute Software, sits at around 4.8 out of 5 Star Rating* across both sites, sourced from over 100 authentic customer reviews.
These reviews also help power G2 Grids. These are an elegant way of ranking vendors in different market categories against one another.
Lots of trust in zero trust
There are two grids for the rapidly growing zero trust network access (ZTNA) category. The Grid® Report for Zero Trust Networking for Fall 2021 reveals the scores for 11 key vendors in the space. NetMotion, along with Okta, Zscaler and Connect Secure, are listed as market leaders. Offerings from Microsoft, Twingate, Perimeter 81 and SecureAuth are listed high performers or contenders.
We’re very pleased to share that NetMotion has the highest score of any vendor for customer satisfaction: the metric we care about most.
Runaway ZTNA momentum
Reviews posted on G2 are verified, using techniques such as product screenshots and LinkedIn profiles to validate their authenticity. They are also more than just a star rating – customers complete detailed, structured reviews that provide insight into different strengths and weaknesses of each product. With such a rich source of data, this helps G2 compile a ‘momentum sore’ for each vendor, helping potential customers identify the technologies that are worth keeping an eye on.
“This score is calculated by a proprietary algorithm that factors in social, web, employee, and review data that G2 has deemed influential in a company’s momentum. Software buyers can compare products in the Zero Trust Networking category according to their Momentum and Satisfaction scores to streamline the buying process and quickly identify trending products.”Momentum Grid® Report for Zero Trust Networking | Fall 2021
At the risk of sounding repetitive, once again we can’t help but smile as we reveal the top vendor in this grid. NetMotion are listed as a Momentum Leader, with a higher score than any other vendor in the ZTNA market, followed closely by Okta and Perimeter81. Together, these reports underline not only the strength of NetMotion’s offerings today, but also the direction we are headed.
To access your copy of the G2 Grid® Report for Zero Trust Networking Fall 2021, click here. Alternatively, you can read the unfiltered reviews of NetMotion by Absolute over at G2 and discover exactly why customers are so satisfied.
And if you already own NetMotion and would like to leave a review, we’d love to hear from you! Leave a review here.
*Source: G2.com, Inc. & Gartner Peer Insights
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