The MacGyver of sysadmin tools
Use our exhaustive custom computer groupings
Out of the box, PDQ Inventory automatically groups computers based on common data. But that's just the tip of the iceberg.
View computers that have common installed applications
Examine hardware and operating systems across machines
Create your own collections based on custom criteria
Report on exactly the information you need
Easily find the right information and share it with those who need it. Because when the boss is happy, everybody is happy.
Collect data about your machines with built-in reports
Create your own reports using custom filters or SQL queries
Print, export, save or email reports on a set schedule
Take advantage of our extensive PowerShell scanner
Our PowerShell scanner takes systems management to a new level. If you can write a script for it, you can use that data.
Bring in the data you need by writing your own PowerShell scripts
Search our GitHub repository of scripts for the perfect solution
Keep your boss happy and become the envy of your peers
Trusted by thousands of companies, big and small
Set it and forget it. No, really.
Let's say a new version of Chrome is released...
Schedule your deployment
Select your software and set a schedule for automatically deploying new versions.
Target specific machines
Identify individual devices or groups of machines that need a new version of your selected software.
Sit back and relax
Let PDQ do the hard work while you sip on your favorite whiskey.
(We have recommendations.)
Every little thing we do is magic
Integrate with Active Directory for easy gathering of computer data
Create custom groupings of computers to run automated or manual scans on
Remotely execute commands, scripts, reboots and uninstalls
View curated groupings of computers using our Collection Library
Save and export reports — and track custom data like asset information
Find the answers you need with priority support and community forums
Integrate with Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS)
Schedule software uninstalls at a mass-scale