Koho Review

Learn about Koho Asset Management Software. Includes info on Koho, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on August 26th, 2019

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Koho, formerly known as QuestDesk Solutions, is an asset management service that offers service desk management, ticketing management and contract management tools, among other features.

Koho Pricing:

Koho does not currently offer any information about its price plans.

Koho Reviews
Koho Review:

Pros: Easy to configure self service forms and excellent support team.

Cons: Sometimes has difficulty managing complex ticket requests and limited functionality.

Bottomline: Koho is a very reliable ticket management platform, doing the simple things well.

Koho Key Information:

Founded

2011

Headquarters

Tampa, FL

Website

www.questdesksolutions.com

Koho FAQs:

What is Koho's price range?

There is no information on Koho's pricing options.

Is there a Koho free trial?

Koho offers a fully-featured 30-day free trial, which can be accessed here.

Where can I find the Koho login?

Login options are only available once you've created a Koho account.

What are some Koho alternatives?

Koho Customer Reviews:

Source

Review

interesting_specimen - reddit.com

Best alternative to Mint? Koho!

desiraeo - reddit.com

Koho is fantastic for exactly this, and the app that comes with it is super helpful, which IMO makes it way better than just a standard prepaid card! I use it for my personal spending every month and it's awesome.

laughingfire - reddit.com

I've been using an app/card called Koho. It's like a credit card that you put money on for yourself that you can use online and at retailers. They have this thing where it'll automatically round up your purchases to the nearest dollar and put the difference away in a savings account. They also have a thing called "power up" where they give you 0.5% cashback on all your purchases. They credit it to your account within 1 to 2 days of the purchase.I guess that's one way of gamifying saving/spending.