SpamTitan Rated Top Email Security Gateway in G2 Crowd Report

Every quarter, G2 Crowd, an independent business software review platform, publishes the G2 Crowd Grids and accompanying reports which contain a definitive ranking of best software companies and products across a wide range of different categories.

G2 Crowd is used by business leaders to make better purchasing decisions. The platform contains more than half a million user reviews and the site receives more than 1.5 million visitors a month. More than 60,000 software products have been reviewed on the platform.

In contrast to many business software review sites, G2 Crowd reviews are submitted by verified users of the software. Those reviews are amalgamated by G2 Crowd and each software company is ranked. The leaders in each field are then assigned a place on the G2 Crowd Grids.

In the Spring 2019 G2 Crowd Grid Spring report, TitanHQ’s SpamTitan was named the leading product in the email security gateway category ahead of Mimecast, Proofpoint, Cisco, Barracuda, and SolarWinds. The solution was consistently rated above average by users in all areas; Ease of use; quality of support, ease of administration, and meets requirements.

92% of users said they would recommend SpamTitan to a friend and 97% of users awarded the product 4 or 5 stars out of 5. TitanHQ excelled in quality of support, achieving a score of 94%, which was 10% higher than the average score in the category.

“TitanHQ are honored that our flagship email security solution SpamTitan has been named a leader in the email security gateway category. Our customers value the uncompromised security, real-time threat detection, and quality of support,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh. “The overwhelmingly positive feedback from SpamTitan users on the G2 Crowd platform is indicative of our commitment to ensuring the highest levels of customer success.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.