We performed a comparison between Ivanti Avalanche and SOTI MobiControl based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"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."
"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."
"We can do auto patch updates using SOTI. SOTI has been well placed in terms of the number of endpoints it can handle."
"The company's support is the best. That'd be the number one thing."
"The most valuable features are remote control and geo-fencing."
"It is very reliable, and their support is excellent."
"SOTI's most valuable feature has to be mobile device management and visibility through the main console. There's a central dashboard that you can use to monitor the devices and keep track of usage, battery consumption, and battery life."
"All features are useful. It is useful for preventing the use of unauthorized software on corporate-owned devices. It provides an option to lock the devices for unauthorized software. The devices can only be used under the supervision of the device manager."
"The installation is very straightforward."
"The SOTI MobiControl Assist tool is very good for remote controlling devices for troubleshooting. SOTI MobiControl is very helpful."
"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."
"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."
"It would be helpful if the product offered more integration and more features around the iOS and macOS platforms."
"The solution could use better reporting."
"Adding more features for iOS devices would be an improvement."
"SOTI MobiControl could improve by being more user-friendly."
"The pricing policy of SOTI is not stable. You buy it today at one price, and the following year, it becomes something like 5% or 7% higher. From my point of view, SOTI is a little bit weak in terms of implementation on the new Windows 10 devices, and they have to work on this. It can't compete with Intune and other solutions when it comes to Windows implementation. It almost doesn't work with iOS. It works well with Android."
"They could make it easier to configure. While setting it up from scratch, I find many networking issues, and I have to call our network people for them, but our network people don't understand. It's a nightmare to try to communicate to them that this port needs to be open, or this needs to be opened here or there. Networking people are very security conscious, and they're wary of doing anything. So, if you can't tell them exactly why they need to do something, they get really paranoid. SOTI could do a better job of making the configuration of their software easier to understand and more clear. The prerequisites should be clear. They should clearly specify what is required to get this software working. There should be a list of prerequisites that is easier to understand and trust."
"Its user interface needs to be improved."
"In the next release, they should make it easier to migrate."
Avalanche is rooted in managing the mobile computers that drive the supply chain. As those devices have evolved, Avalanche has continued to keep pace. So, whether you have legacy Windows CE devices deployed in your warehouse, or are looking to extend mobility to the showroom with today’s latest Android and iOS devices, Avalanche can manage them all.
SOTI MobiControl, our award-winning mobility management solution provides the ability to securely manage mobile devices and connected peripherals, applications, content, and email. With MobiControl's advanced security and management features, businesses have granular control of how mobile devices are used for business, and how data is accessed to ensure sensitive corporate information is kept in authorized hands only.
Ivanti Avalanche is ranked 22nd in Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) with 2 reviews while SOTI MobiControl is ranked 7th in Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) with 9 reviews. Ivanti Avalanche is rated 0.0, while SOTI MobiControl is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of Ivanti Avalanche writes "A great time-saver for our clients in warehousing and logistics". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SOTI MobiControl writes "Their enterprise support is the best, and we get good visibility and control over our mobile devices". Ivanti Avalanche is most compared with Microsoft Intune, VMware Workspace ONE, MobileIron UEM, Jamf Pro and Cisco Meraki Systems Manager (MDM+EMM), whereas SOTI MobiControl is most compared with Microsoft Intune, VMware Workspace ONE, IBM MaaS360, Jamf Pro and Microsoft Endpoint Manager. See our Ivanti Avalanche vs. SOTI MobiControl report.
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