Ivanti Avalanche Pros and Cons

Ivanti Avalanche Pros

DS
Presales Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most useful feature of Avalanche is remote control — especially the ability to remotely install packages to many devices all at once. When the client has, for example, 100 devices needing updates, it would take far too long to update each device individually. But with Avalanche, we just connect to all the devices through the PC and send the updates out with one click.
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DS
Presales Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Installing the packages remotely and remote control are the most valuable features. There are around 100 pieces or devices, and the only way to send a package to a device is by connecting to the PC and then manually sending the package. By using Avalanche, we can send a package to all devices with one click. It is very stable and easy to use. Their technical support is also very good. We have implemented this solution for our clients, and they are satisfied with this solution. It does what it is meant to do.
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Ivanti Avalanche Cons

DS
Presales Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Because our clients are all very satisfied with Ivanti from their side, there is little I can say about room for improvement. However, I think that to stay competitive with other solutions offering a similiar solution, Ivanti could look into making their products more affordable.
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DS
Presales Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Its price could be improved. It could be cheaper. I would like to see a better approach for Android and an easy way to send packages and manage devices.
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