Yes, Application Manager does. Contact us for more information.
Yes, you can. We’re calling it Application Groups feature.
Application Manager for Configuration Manager and WSUS requires server-side Integration Client, which is usually installed on the same server that management console of the management system can be found. Application Manager for Intune does not need any software on endpoints or servers.
Application Manager never requires any client software installed on endpoints.
If you need modifications to Supported Apps see the next question.
Yes. There’s a custom application feature that enables you to import your own application installation packages to Application Manager and use them like other Supported Apps in Application Manager Catalogue.
Yes, we have many MSPs currently using Application Manager. You can learn more here or contact us.
Yes, we currently do offer a trial. You can contact us here.
Updates patching critical vulnerabilities are published in a day and all updates in two days on average.
Application Manager integrates with Microsoft Configuration Manager, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft WSUS.
New applications are added on a monthly basis.
You can view our growing list of support applications here.