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Pricing and Cost Advice
The rescue model is licensed by user.
The pricing is worth the value.
It's definitely worth the value.
The cost of LogMeIn is high... I went with another product that was going to give me savings of 50%. One technician tested it, he gave us the thumbs up. Then once we moved all my technicians to it, but it didn’t work... Trying to move from LogMeIn hindered our performance and productivity and it was not worth the savings.
Pricing is reasonable and easily offsets other costs, while resolving issues in a much quicker timeframe.
It is on the medium to high side. For us, it is worth it. For the amount of time they save us, it pretty much pays for itself.
Look at the different plans they have. Do not pay for a plan you do not need.
The pricing is a little on the higher side, though.
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The price point has gone up significantly. We used to have a lot of other customers. I used to sell it to other customer sites. But they've moved to TeamViewer, SiteSecure, and several others. There are four or five others that they went to because they're being more competitive on their pricing.
Lower the price for an individual user.
I am very happy to say that I have been very satisfied with the LogMeIn product, except for the escalation of the price.
The company does not scale the price based upon use.
I think it's competitively priced. I haven't priced it out since we started with it, but the yearly subscription fee is worth it. It's not outrageous, and I believe that it's worth it for our company to pay the fees for the use of the product.
It's pretty fair for up to five computers I think (it might be three - it's either three or five). After that, it gets a little expensive, so if they could get a little bit more aggressive on how many computers you can add in, that would be great.
It is expensive, but in the long run we still come out ahead, because it saves us so much labor and downtime driving from one location to the other. In the end it's well worth the expense.
We're paying $839 a year, so we're paying about $70 a month. We're using the smallest version of Pro.
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LogMeIn Rescue delivers unparalleled remote IT support technology that allows enterprises to better manage mobile remote support and remote desktop support helping users across PC, Mac, iOS, Android support and more. Features include remote computer access, mobile app support, and the exciting Rescue Lens interactive video support feature that allows support technicians to see exactly what the end user can see. LogMeIn Rescue is truly on the cutting edge of the remote technical support industry.
|Wyse vWorkspace is Dell's application and desktop virtualization solution software, also known as a connection broker. vWorkspace lets you deploy a blended model of VDI, OS image streaming, application layering, and terminal server technology - precisely addressing needs of different user groups, while reducing the average cost per user.||Helping people and businesses access their digital lives from virtually anywhere, on any device.|
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