Addigy vs. Ivanti Endpoint Manager

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Addigy
Score 8.3 out of 10
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Addigy in Miami provides a cloud-based IT management platform for managing an Apple ecosystem (all Macs and iOS devices). The Addigy platform provides the user with the ability to manage assets from anywhere in the world and deliver: Asset Management, Monitoring, Automated Remediation, Maintenance, Software Deployment, and Profile/Configuration Management.N/A
Ivanti Endpoint Manager
Score 8.6 out of 10
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Ivanti Endpoint Manager increases user and IT productivity by helping IT administrators gather detailed device data, automate software and OS deployments, and quickly fix user issues.N/A
Pricing
AddigyIvanti Endpoint Manager
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AddigyIvanti Endpoint Manager
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
AddigyIvanti Endpoint Manager
Likelihood to Recommend
7.1
(5 ratings)
8.0
(35 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
7.9
(4 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
6.8
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.4
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
AddigyIvanti Endpoint Manager
Likelihood to Recommend
Addigy
It is more suited for a environment were all they used is Apple devices. it make sit more complex to manage more then 1 portal for the same users the inly difference is them having Windows vs Mac OS. It is great to create profile with rules and manage your employees and track what they are doing
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Ivanti
There is no direct replacement for the on-prem Ivanti [Unified Endpoint Manager (formerly LANDESK Management Suite)] solution. Ivanti has a companion product called Neurons, but that is in additional cost, and requires configuration with your on-prem [Unified Endpoint Manager] instance to perform basic functions. If cloud-based is a requirement for your organization, this is likely a dealbreaker. You can implement [Unified Endpoint Manager] in a cloud instance such as AWS, but the support for this appears limited. If on-prem is not an issue for you, this is a great tool for device management. It has robust features, impressive inventory, massive customization options, and excellent vendor support. If Patch Management is a problem in your company right now, this is the first product I would evaluate.
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Pros
Addigy
  • Easy to use
  • Support is always reachable
  • Built-in profile manager
  • Constantly evolving
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Ivanti
  • Patch(Security) is done really well. You can use roll out projects or built-in automation as well as the use of groups and scopes to design pilot and other use cases.
  • It takes a solid inventory of what you have of your endpoints and can do an agentless scan as well if you need to collect data that way as well.
  • Provisioning is rather simple and even allows you to use other products' software for the image or the built-in if you wish to do so.
  • Software distribution works well and has a lot flexibility built into the module.
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Cons
Addigy
  • security risk
  • UI could use improvement
  • slow response
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Ivanti
  • Setup - Boy it is a pain to configure everything correctly. Be aware that you'll probably be giving an AD service account some God rights to get everything working....and security just loves that....
  • Cost - Boy you have to pay for everything. I suppose it lets you buy into just what you want but having repeated items go through procurement is a pain if your procurement branch is a pain.
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Likelihood to Renew
Addigy
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Ivanti
We are happy with the product but the support and development process is far superior to any other company we have worked with. Having a good support structure is very important in today's marketplace of products that do so many things and have so many robust options and capabilities. We are very satisfied with our contract, pricing, support and product execution.
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Usability
Addigy
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Ivanti
Items are logically laid out and most are easy to find. The more advanced stuff can be trickier, but it is still not hard to find. There are a lot of options though, so remembering where some settings are, especially if you do not alter them often, can take a minute, but you will get to them fairly qiickly.
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Support Rating
Addigy
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Ivanti
TRM\TAM support has been generally very good. Getting reported bug fixes, design changes, UX problems resolved has been a pain. It is often difficult to get problems escalated beyond the TRM\TAM level. Support is fantastic when you can get it, getting it can often require more work than it should, and that is probably our biggest issue.
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Alternatives Considered
Addigy
Adiggy is robust but bitdefender makes it 100% better since your able to add both Windows and Apple devices and manage them and see them on the same site push updates and remote into them . Able to group them by categories and change depending on the priority that you would filter them by
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Ivanti
It's been many years since I did a full evaluation of other products but at the time we purchased it, the main competitors were Microsoft's SMS and Alteris. SMS just looked horribly ugly and complicated (which fit in very well with Microsoft's other server tools) and Alteris looked okay but had a piecemeal approach where even a basic deployment meant purchasing a half dozen or more components. LANDesk had one bundle for all the tools we were looking for and had a great interface for presenting the data.
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Return on Investment
Addigy
  • Centralized Management for Multiple clients
  • Efficient access to data
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Ivanti
  • In a college environment, the remote control access is very helpful in resolving issues w/o running around campus.
  • Very nice to push software to multiple devices at once.
  • Software portal is useful in allowing users to get what they need without the need for a tech.
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