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Score 8.1 out of 101

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Because of its slowdown as we have acquired more equipment, I think LANSweeper may be better suited for smaller environments. We have 3000+ users and over 1500 devices on our WAN. It has shown considerable performance issues as we have grown. Maybe moving it to a full blown SQL instance will make things a bit better. But as it stands, it has gotten tiresome waiting for it to update and refresh.
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Feature Rating Comparison

IT Asset Management

Software and hardware inventory tracking
License management
Asset relationship management


  • Picks up items on the network such as switches printers. I like the fact that toner is running low but to a large business like ours, that doesn't make much difference. For small businesses, that would be good.
  • Connects to Dell/HP to get warranty info. Not always but good to see some areas populated.
  • The scan is quite quick, will bring back some useful data.
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  • Results are not instant, meaning they take time to scan
  • Purging is not accurate. I have seen machines show up that have been off the domain for weeks
  • The interface could be more intuitive
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Likelihood to Renew

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The price to function scale is so far towards function it would be stupid to get rid of it
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Alternatives Considered

Two very different products. Snow has agents, Lansweeper is agentless with massively different functionality. Lansweeper will be good for 150 to 200 user businesses, Snow is better for anything larger. Lansweeper has little software recognition beyond Microsoft. Snow has better recognition. Lansweeper picks up every device on the network - Snow will only report on devices it has an agent deployed on. No switches, routers etc
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Return on Investment

  • For inventory management, it works well
  • Software deployment would be a negative impact as we don't use it or have it set up
  • Software inventory is so so, as sometimes it does not update in a timely manner
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Entry-level set up fee?
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