Video: Why Addigy is the Best Apple Device Management Platform for MSPs


What really caught my attention was Addigy’s focus on the managed service provider market, the MSP market. That’s something that they really understand and they really have built their product to work well with the way we work with our clients. That was something that I felt I was not getting from our previous platform.

One of the reasons, or a few of the reasons why we moved to Addigy, I mentioned the alignment with the managed service provider market. We invoice our clients on a monthly basis, so it’s super important that we also get invoiced on a monthly basis and Addigy understood that, and that’s how they work with us. That’s one thing behind the scenes; that’s huge. 

Secondly, I feel like as much as I wanted to see the previous solution and the community come together and work together, it was still very much a framework that everyone had to rebuild again and again and again, and here Addigy came in with a cloud solution that was much easier to utilize existing resources and not have to reinvent the wheel, not have to rebuild something. I really feel like it allowed our team to be more involved in that. I mean, if I can do things in Addigy, anyone on our team can do it. 

The previous platform was more complex. We couldn’t let everyone in to make policy changes or to execute on pushing software or even blocking software. So I feel like Addigy is simpler for a team to learn and keep up, and that’s one of the big reasons. 

And then lastly, we constantly struggled with remote access to Macs. Addigy is the only platform I’m aware of, and I only have experience with the previous platform I mentioned, but they’re the only platform that has remote control built in.

If you’re an MSP, it’s a no brainer. Addigy is the only Apple focused MDM platform that also speaks to the needs of managed service providers. I don’t believe there’s anyone else out there, so you’ve got to take a look at it.

Do you want the flexibility and speed of innovating in the cloud and handling and supporting multiple clients? Then you’re going to need Addigy.

Ben Greiner