What's next for Pingman Tools

What's next for Pingman Tools

Nobody notices the network until something goes wrong. That's why network troubleshooting sucks. As soon as something gets fixed, the people hounding you about "when will we back online?" disappear. It's a thankless endeavor, but the world couldn't function the way it does without people willing to carry the torch. At Pingman Tools, we understand your difficulties and want to make the network troubleshooting process suck a little less. To make that happen, we are building new tools to help you keep networks in check. Here's a preview of what's to come.

The upcoming PingPlotter 4 release includes a streamlined interface, IPv6, Unicode, better multi-target capabilities, ease of use features and a whole lot more. We'll also be expanding the well-received account system from MultiPing into PingPlotter (allowing you to download custom builds with you license key embedded, easily add more licenses to a single key, priority support, and more).

Concurrent with the release of PingPlotter 4, we're working on the next big thing (for us), which starts by extending to new platforms like iOS, Android and Mac, plus a lot more network troubleshooting wisdom (during our 18 years of business, we've learned a bit and would love to have our tools take some of that wisdom and use it to help make you more powerful). Having a new cross-platform code base also puts us in a better position to offer new functionality and better performance, and built in wisdom means more network troubleshooting automation for faster solutions. Altogether our roadmap for the future leads to a world where network troubleshooting is easier for everyone. We hope you are as excited as we are about it!