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How much time are engineering teams spending on incidents?
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Software Incident Workflow Solution

Calculate the financial impact of incidents and see how much Blameless can save

We've prefilled some numbers based on industry averages, third-party research, and conversations with our customers. Adjust the calculator to represent the state of your organization.
Number of incidents you experience in a week
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For our purposes, an incident is anything that pulls engineers away from the work they were planning on doing -- from outages to slowdowns.
Number of engineers involved in each incident
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Every incident is a little different, estimate based on average size of the team who participates in resolving each incident.
Length of time for each incident (in hours)
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Think of the time from when the incident first pulls engineers from their planned work all the way to when they're back to their original task, not just the time it takes to fix the problem.
Number of engineers who work on incidents
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How many of your engineers jump in when something goes wrong? This will be approximately how many Blameless users you'll have.
Average engineer's salary
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What's the average annual salary you're spending on an engineer? We want to think in terms of getting your money's worth on their contributions.
Current Annual Cost of Incidents

XX.XX

Expected Savings with Blameless

XX.XX

Blameless customers find that their incident time is reduced by 70%
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This is just the start. When you think holistically, there's many more costs. Read the full report to learn more.

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