AirWatch Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about AirWatch’s enterprise mobility management service for businesses. Includes info on AirWatch, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 27th, 2019

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AirWatch is an enterprise mobility management platform for businesses. AirWatch’s solutions include mobile device management, mobile application management and identity management. Businesses can use AirWatch to manage multiple devices from one central console.

AirWatch Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing (per device)

Standard

$3.78

Advanced

$6.00

Enterprise

$10.00

Enterprise for VDI

$20.00

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing (per user)

Standard

$6.52

Advanced

$10.90

Enterprise

$15.00

Enterprise for VDI

$25.00

Airwatch Review
Airwatch Review:

Pros: Fantastic integration and tracking capabilities.

Cons: Customer support needs to improve their response times.

Bottomline: Superb solution to facilitate effective mobile device management.

AirWatch Key Information Table:

Founder

John Marshall

Year Founded

2003

Headquarters

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

CEO

John Marshall

Number of Employees

2,300+

Number of Customers

16,000+

Phone

1 (866) 501-7705

Address

1155 Perimeter Center West, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30338, USA

Website

www.air-watch.com

AirWatch FAQs:

What is AirWatch’s price range?

AirWatch’s monthly plans range from $3.78 to $20.00 per device and $6.52 to $25.00 per user.

Is there an AirWatch free trial?

A free 30-day trial is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the AirWatch login?

AirWatch does not have any login capability on their website. You will acquire login details once you have registered for their product.

What are some AirWatch alternatives?

Reviews of AirWatch:

Source

Review

ArcaneGlyph - reddit.com

It's sad. I've used VMware as our primary admin for 6 years now and they were a great company to get support from. Airwatch is just confusing and so painful. It's just utter chaos.

ArcaneGlyph - reddit.com

Airwatch is a great tool, but man the bureaucracy around the quotes and installs etc, is just the most brutal thing I've ever been through, and I took business accounting and taxation in college. it takes 4-6 weeks to set it all up right! Who has a month and a half to have something they paid for working?We have a very large contract with Dell, I leveraged that connection to get Vmware\Airwatch to reply as they are all really the same company.

shroke - reddit.com

The team I managed was tasked with implementing an MDM solution. After a lot of back and forth about a year ago, upper management forced our hand to decide on AirWatch. They promised us the world, we purchased their super awesome $20k deployment team package after paying the 6 digit price tag for licensing, bla bla bla... all the bells and whistles. Let me tell you it was the most terrible deployment team I've ever had to deal with. From the sale to the implementation and deployment of the product it was one false promise after another from vmware. There are a lot of caveats depending on the situation and requirements your company needs or desires.The thought of replacing SCCM with AirWatch just about killed me from laughter. They are two totally different products, AirWatch needs to stop dreaming. Long story short and a year later we are looking at standing up Intune and I can not wait to get it all working the exact way we want, so we can tell AirWatch / VMware to jump off a cliff.

evillordsoth - reddit.com

Airwatch is not going to replace sccm for windows management in this or the next version. Its awesome for DEP/ios stuff though that automatic enrollment DEP sign in w/ ad credentials is a thing of beauty.