If you’re running a successful computer business then you’ve probably hooked up with an Remote Management Monitoring [ RMM ] Tool by now. Early on in the inception of the managed services industry most businesses were terrified of offering a flat fee for on-site emergency support for fear that they would lose tons of money. This is when a few technology pioneers stepped in to offer some assistance to help stabilize the end users network so that it would be possible for tech guys to make a profit. While many of these tools were crude they did help stabilize the network. Now fast-forward to today and many IT guys are still clinging to these same stone age RMM Vendors. However, there is a better way on the horizon to make RMM tools easier and even more powerful than you can image!
I describe some RMM tools as being in the stone age because I have heard some horror stories from some computer consultants that, even after four years of using one of these tools their right brained tech people, still never figured out completely how to use the software to it’s full potential.
How About An RMM Tool That’s Powerful, Yet Easy To Use!
Well now it’s possible to get a new RMM tool that is so easy to use that you can start using this tool right out of the box and throw caution to the wind and toss the operating instructions in the trash. Imagine trying to figure out how to use some of the other remote management tools out there without the operating instruction, much less without some serious investment in training! In fact the ease use of this RMM tool, that I talking about, is reminiscent of Macintosh’s breakthrough with the graphic user interface. Of course if you’re just breaking into managed services as a new provider it has to be appealing to know that you can get this tool up and running without a large investment of time.
Of course you’re probably thinking that to make this product so easy to use that the engineers had to sacrifice the power and features. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth because this product has a dizzying array of features under the hood, which are all designed to give you a more powerful insight into the networks that you’re monitoring:
PSA Integration, Incident management, Software License Management, Asset Management, Scripting and Application Development, Tray Icon, Support Ticket Management, Remote Control, Remote Console, Monitoring & Alerting, Networking Device Monitoring, Event Log Monitoring, Inventory Management, Back Up & Anti Virus Monitoring plus a whole lot more!
On top of being easier to use and more powerful this tool is also ‘cheaper’! Oh and the best part is that you can get an entire six months to try this product out! This tops some of the other trial offers out there, that always seem to expire before you get to use them. OK enough with all the suspense, I am talking about Naverisk an RMM Tool based out of New Zealand, that has been ranked on MSP Mentor 250 list for vendors!
John Black is the Marketing Director at MSP Telemarketing and has over 10 years experience marketing for IT providers and var marketing to help them get more IT leads that turn into IT sales.