Signiant vs IBM Aspera
Learn why the market is choosing Signiant
Times have changed, has IBM?
Signiant and Aspera (now wholly owned and operated by IBM) have both been providing accelerated file transfer solutions since the early 2000s. Both companies have proprietary acceleration technology that offer high speed, reliable transfers which can be 100 times faster than traditional methods such as FTP. However, the differences in how the two companies approach their software, services and customers are significant.
Why the market is choosing Signiant:
The market has fully embraced cloud-native SaaS, where Signiant products lead the way with 46% year-over-year SaaS growth and 90+% renewal rates.
Many businesses are frustrated by unpredictable pricing, crazy price hikes and bandwidth taxes. Signiant’s customers appreciate its simple, value-based and predictable pricing.
We’re in a hybrid-cloud / multi-cloud world and all Signiant products work with both on-premises storage and cloud storage from the leading vendors.
Signiant views SaaS as a long-term relationship with its customers. In fact, its customer support team recorded a 95% Net Promotor Score in 2018.
After testing Media Shuttle and comparing it to Signiant’s competitors, it made a lot of sense for us in regard to speed, flexibility and professional yet easy UI.