See how PDQ and Automox compare
Automox relies on an installed agent to patch Windows, macOS, and Linux devices. However, you’ll need to pay per device, and prices increase if you want access to the platform’s more advanced features.
PDQ focuses on patch management, inventory management, and software deployment for Windows devices, giving you more granular control. Select between agent-based and agentless solutions, each with budget-friendly pricing structures that give you full access to all of the platform’s advanced features at one low price.
Deploy software with PDQ in minutes
Straightforward, budget-friendly pricing
Agent-based and agentless solutions
Robust reporting options
Rapid, automated deployment
Prebuilt, ready-to-download packages
Automatic retry of failed deployments
Fast, friendly support
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“The software is amazing, the support is spectacular if you ever need it, and it keeps the Windows-side of my networks humming along smoothly.”
“PDQ gives us the tools we need at a great price. The product is easy to use and administrate. No downside.”
Director of Information Services and Technology
One platform, endless use cases
PDQ is your one-stop shop for all your Windows device management needs. Just take a look at what PDQ Deploy & Inventory and PDQ Connect can do.
PDQ Deploy & Inventory
Agentless over LAN/VPN
Connect to on-prem or VPN-connected devices in your environment
Install on your server and manage within your organization's own IT infrastructure
Connect to remote or local devices using an agent and web interface
Access and administer your devices remotely via the internet
What’s included in both?
Save groups of devices based on dynamic criteria to easily identify or report on which machines need updates
Create and export reports to view your devices grouped by things like installed software, hardware & its age, and more
PDQ is not affiliated with or endorsed by Automox. The use of Automox on this page is for comparison purposes only.
Information last updated: 2/7/2024