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Top Answer: The nice thing about Spiceworks is always it's free. Monitoring of printers for low toner. Finding machines that have low memory or low hard disk space.
Top Answer: There are a lot of disadvantages to Spiceworks because it's not an agent-based solution. So you don't get near the quality of discovery versus something that's got an agent on it. It's not really… more »
Top Answer: Spiceworks is for the IT guy that wants to monitor systems that he doesn't have a managed service partner behind him. And that's where Spiceworks has a really good place.
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Overview
From network inventory and network monitoring to help desk software, and mobile device management (MDM) to cloud services detection, Spiceworks helps you manage everything about your IT workday from one easy place.

With Valuemation you can choose which modules you want to start with. Additional modules can be added at any time if required.

The Valuemation Suite not only covers the usual ITSM processes, but also offers advanced modules – e. g. for software license management, IT financial management, infrastructure and business service monitoring, customer relationship management, innovation management, IT analytics, etc.

In addition, Valuemation can also be used at any time in other service areas and thus as a central tool for Enterprise Service Management throughout the company.

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Sample Customers
Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Symantec, Webroot, EMC, Pertino
Alphapay AG, Atos IT Services GmbH, AVISTA Corp., Axians ICT Austria GmbH, BMW AG, Bilfinger SE, DataGROUP AG, Deutsche Telekom Technik GmbH, FIDUCIA IT AG, GISA GmbH, Heraeus Infosystems GmbH, Jungheinrich AG, mod IT GmbH, MTU Aero Engines GmbH, Silhouette International Schmied AG, soffico GmbH, Swiss POST CH AG, Viessmann IT Service GmbH, voestalpine AG
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Manufacturing Company11%
Construction Company7%
Hospitality Company7%
Retailer7%
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Comms Service Provider30%
Computer Software Company19%
Government7%
Educational Organization6%
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Computer Software Company47%
Comms Service Provider21%
Government7%
Retailer7%
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Small Business51%
Midsize Enterprise29%
Large Enterprise20%
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Spiceworks is ranked unranked in IT Asset Management with 5 reviews while USU Valuemation is ranked 16th in IT Asset Management. Spiceworks is rated 8.4, while USU Valuemation is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Spiceworks writes "Has good policy enforcement but the network mapping could be improved". On the other hand, Spiceworks is most compared with Zabbix, SolarWinds NPM, JIRA Service Management, Nagios Core and ServiceNow, whereas USU Valuemation is most compared with ServiceNow, Device42, Freshservice and BMC Helix Discovery.

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