Lakeside Software

SysTrack


5 / 5
1 review

Who Uses This Software?

Lakeside Software serves IT teams throughout the world and across all types of industries. Because of its scalability capabilities, SysTrack is preferred by middle to large-scale enterprises.


Average Ratings

1 Review

  • 5 / 5
    Overall

  • 5 / 5
    Ease of Use

  • 5 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    Not provided by vendor
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
  • Training
    Documentation
    Webinars
  • Support
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • Lakeside Software
  • www.lakesidesoftware.com
  • Founded 1997
  • United States

About SysTrack

SysTrack is a workspace analytics solution that helps IT teams place end users at the center of their IT initiatives. By using a lightweight agent that analyzes performance and usage data from the endpoint, SysTrack provides IT teams end-user-level visibility into any environment. That is why the solution is favored by thousands of organizations looking to design and manage environments built for end-user productivity.


SysTrack Features

  • Audit Management
  • Compliance Tracking
  • Configuration Management
  • Contract/License Management
  • Cost Tracking
  • Depreciation Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Maintenance Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Requisition Management
  • Supplier Management
  • Capacity Monitoring
  • Compliance Management
  • Event Logs
  • Hardware Inventory
  • IT Budgeting
  • License Management
  • Patch Management
  • Remote Access
  • Scheduling
  • Software Inventory
  • User Activity Monitoring

SysTrack Reviews Recently Reviewed!


SysTrack

Oct 22, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Insight into how users interact with IT is a game changer when making Business decisions.

Cons: Can be difficult to navigate at first but once you have the concept of how the data links it's understandable.