@danlaw777 it depends on your environment...why is having MDM better than no MDM at all is the question you need to answer?
how were you escrowing filevault keys before? how were you enforcing password updates without jamf connect?
how did you remote lock/wipe a stolen device that wasn't encrypted? how has your onboarding/provisioning process change? is it easier and quicker for all? is there a corporate authentication required now that was not there before?
Maybe a few things here that are not quite on point ... but here you go - a few of my reasons for Jamf
1) Ability to deploy software to all users and verify that it is installed e.g. security software, productivity software
2) Ability to do software inventory
3) Framework that allows communication with other products e.g. Service Now. 4) DEP
5) Apple Business/School Manager integration - cheap prices on bulk purchasing of software and maintaining ownership of that software
6) Massive community and forum via Jamf Nation.
7) Responsive and knowledgable support
😎 Linux and Window server platform as well as on premises and cloud offerings
9) Excellent training courses
10) Ability to remote lock/wipe
11) Ability to have enterprise key for disk encryption
12) JNUC - even if you don't go, the sessions are recorded and good value
14) Self Service app
Surely you are getting some benefits in your daily work?