This is the current list of third party supported products
In my opinion it has most of the standard items you would use but for anything specific to an organization no it does not. You can create custom packages for any application, which unfortunately can be a pain and you will get no support from solarwinds on, but it does work.
thanks for your answer,
as i was thinking of, Solarwinds hasn't worked on this subject enough. i was comparing the PM with Desktop Central from Manageengine, i can say Desktop Central has a huge power on managing list of products and their Updates which are so much useful to enterprise.
there is a question for me:
does PM uses a centralized Public Repository to download Software Updates or uses Software Update urls from every software vendor just like other app management solutions( for example Manageengine Desktop Central or Secunia) ?
It does use Adobe public repositories, but the main one is from Solarwinds and not public. There is a delay in when the patches get released by the companies and when Solarwinds issues them to the repository, which isnt usually very long. They do something to the updates but im not sure what. It gets very frustrating when Java gets released 8 times in 2 days but otherwise is fine.
The real power of PM over others is the reporting. The reporting functions are really good and highly customizable.