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Scalefusion

Mobile device and endpoint management for a modern workforce
our rating 4.5 out of 5 Stars

ScalefusionProduct Overview

  1. About Scalefusion
  2. Pros of Scalefusion
  3. Cons of Scalefusion
  4. Breakdown of core features

Scalefusion product overview

Scalefusion is a mobile device and endpoint management software empowering businesses globally to secure and manage their device fleet. Companies trust the platform to handle endpoints, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, rugged devices, POS, and digital signages.

Scalefusion simplifies the management of a diverse fleet of Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows 10 devices. In addition, it extends support to various deployment scenarios such as dedicated-device, COPE (Corporate-owned, Personally Enabled), and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).

The software streamlines device management. It is a SOC-2 Type-2 and GDPR-compliant product that enables companies to roll out MDM solutions across operations, locations, and teams without hassle.

Pros of Scalefusion

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  • Its clutter-free dashboard facilitates managing mobile devices and endpoints and performing day-to-day operations.
  • The platform’s BYOD programs allow employees to use personal devices for work and keep corporate and personal data separate.

Cons of Scalefusion

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  • Some users reported encountering lags when using the software’s remote cast features.

Breakdown of core features

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Device and user enrollment

The software drives bulk device enrollment and makes device provisioning straightforward. With Scalefusion, organizations can enroll devices over the air and initiate out-of-the-box policy applications for Android, Apple, and Windows devices. Administrators apply corporate policies, configure restrictions, distribute apps using VPP (Volume Purchase Program), and ship devices directly from the warehouse to employees.

Application management

Companies can silently push business apps on managed devices without end-user intervention and expand secure access to public apps from the Scalefusion dashboard. Moreover, IT admins can install custom-made in-house applications and distribute apps via Scalefusion Enterprise Store.

Remote troubleshooting

IT teams can provide instant support for the remote workforce and frontline employees and virtually troubleshoot device issues. Scalefusion enables support teams to address technical crack-ups, device or software errors, network errors, and glitches.

Reporting

Scalefusion lets users generate extensive reports on device performance and usage. IT teams can pull reports for device details, outline device performance and usage, and predict device downtimes before they happen.

Additionally, users can create reports for account activity (audit logs), sort them for each activity and user, and get the exact date and time.

(Last updated on 02/21/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    All Industries
  • Pricing
    Average
  • Works Best For
    Any Sized Businesses

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Features

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Workflows
  • Reports
  • Device/User Enrollment
  • Application Management
  • Remote Support
  • Location Tracking
  • Content Management
  • DeepDive Analytics
  • Remote Commands
  • Conditional Email Access
  • Push To Talk (PTT)

Integrations

  • Apple Business Manager
  • Android Enterprise
  • Okta
  • Azure AD
  • Office 365 AD
  • G Suite
  • JIRA
  • Freshservice
  • Samsung Knox

Pricing Model

  • Starter
  • Business
  • Enterprise

Languages

  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Spanish