IBM offerings were featured in nearly 800 G2 reports, earning over 150 different leadership awards across various categories.

The 2022 Spring Reports from G2 rank the world’s best software companies and offerings based on authentic, timely reviews from real users, breaking down the latest market trends in technology and software. Leaders are determined based on whether there is a high level of customer satisfaction and their likeliness to recommend ratings, all from IBM client reviews on G2.

Positive feedback from customers and awards like these are evidence of IBM delivering a clear strategy to lead in the era of hybrid cloud and AI. The last 12 months have seen tremendous growth in the integration of technology and expertise from IBM, our partners and even our competitors — all to meet the urgent needs of our clients.

“In 2022, peer-to-peer reviews are an essential part of the customer journey and among the best signals of buying intent. Peer to peer is how customers decide in 2022.” — Ari Sheinkin, Vice President, Performance Marketing & Analytics

IBM’s leadership rankings

Below are a few highlights of IBM’s leadership:

  • #1 ranked in 34 reports, including the following:
    • IBM Maximo ranked #1 in Asset Performance Management and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Grid Reports.
    • IBM Process Mining ranked #1 in the Process Mining Grid Report.
    • IBM Robotic Process Automation ranked #1 in Robotic Process Automation Usability index and Implementation Index Reports.
    • IBM Security QRadar ranked #1 in the Cloud Security Monitoring and Analytics Grid Report.
    • Turbonomic ranked #1 in the Cloud Management Platforms Grid Report.
  • Top 3 ranked in 108 reports, including the following:
    • IBM Maximo in the Asset Management Grid Report
    • IBM MQ in the Message Queue Grid Report
    • IBM Planning Analytics with Watson in the Sales & Ops Planning Grid Report
    • IBM Security QRadar in the Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) Grid Report
    • IBM Security QRadar in the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Grid Report
    • IBM Security QRadar in the Vulnerability Scanner Grid Report
    • Turbonomic in the Cloud Cost Management Grid Report
    • IBM Db2 in the Data Warehouse Grid Report
    • IBM Watson Assistant in the Bot Platforms Grid Report
    • IBM WebSphere Hybrid Edition in the Cloud Migration Grid Report
    • IBM WebSphere Hybrid Edition in the Container Engine Grid Report
    • IBM Robotic Process Automation in the Robotic Process Automation Grid Report
  • Leader Placements in the G2 Grid:

More about G2 and the Spring Reports

Offerings are awarded these accolades by receiving positive reviews from verified users compared to similar offerings in their respective categories. For inclusion in the report, an offering must have received 10 or more reviews.

“Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real software buyers,” said Sara Rossio, Chief Product Officer at G2. “Potential buyers know they can trust these insights when researching and selecting software because they’re rooted in vetted, verified and authentic reviews.”

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