Surprising things you can learn during a NinjaRMM web demo
by Rick Yates, on February 19, 2018
If you're getting ready to start an RMM change project or are looking at RMM for the first time, then you'll be in the process of deciding which products to demo. The fact that you've ended up on this blog hopefully means that NinjaRMM has sparked your interest, so let me give you an idea of some of that you'll learn during a NinjaRMM demo that might be surprising to you.
1. You get a demo with one of the guys who invented the product
If you're looking at NinjaRMM with QBS MSP, you'll get the chance to have a 1-2-1 demo with AJ Singh, Product Manager and Co-Founder at NinjaRMM.
Who better to show you around the platform other than one of the guys who invented it? This means that you can be assured that you'll get a fully comprehensive overview of what NinjaRMM can do.
2. You will realise that RMM can be BEAUTIFUL
By beautiful, we mean easy to navigate, easy to use, looks awesome, is intuitive and just works the way you need it to. If you already have experience with some legacy RMM solutions, you'll notice a meaningful difference in the speed and ease with which you can navigate the NinjaRMM console.
3. NinjaRMM is like a pick & mix for the best MSP products
NinjaRMM has made a fantastic strategic decision to partner with leading MSP focused vendors to seamlessly integrate solutions into their platform.
Rather than building their own mediocre remote connect tool, they've created the world's leading RMM integration for TeamViewer, a vendor that is widely regarded as best in class. The same applies for Webroot, Splashtop, BitDefender, Computicate PSA, plus many more. Anyone signing up for NinjaRMM can become a proverbial kid in a sweetshop.
4. It’s easier than you thought
NinjaRMM has been created with ease in mind. You will see this theme running throughout your experience with NinjaRMM, from the technology platform itself, through to the flexibility around licensing and subscription and the experience you have during onboarding and following signup.