4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 16, 2016
Vendor described K2 as a very easy tool to use that turned out to be a high learning curve one.
Difficult to integrate
Be more straight forward in terms on learning curve and user adoption
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 16, 2016
Need strong business support from organization, requires more than average training
Make sure you have the businesses support
Focus more with the business in identifying there needs as well as exploritory work on previously existing business documentation. Secure the Business support as a stakeholder in the outcome of the delivery.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jul 14, 2016
We find K2 to be responsive to our support needs. When we have discovered issues/bugs, we get effective support and resolution, escalation occurs quickly, and code fixes are provided to repair the product.
Embrace codeless development. Developers, those people who live with semicolons, need to accept this aspect of a software architecture. Stitching people together with workflow in a graphical way can free them up to work on more in depth code that provides greater business value. The fact that the platform is 100% .net and can easily connect to any data/web service/custom API allows for rapid development of business process applications.
I like its flexibility and customizability.
Versions are locked in so when in an upgrade cycle, upgraded workstations won't work with the older version servers. This makes addressing production issues a little difficult, but it can be planned for. Also their deployment tools for SharePoint 2013 based solutions have a little more work to do. Moving solutions between SharePoint farms/environments needs to be thought out and sometimes issues need to be addressed manualy.
It's hard to think of anything. I'm pretty happy with the way K2 operates. If I had to be picky, I think I'd like to see some blogs/webinars on how new features work when they release them.
I think we could get more value out of the investment if our IT leadership had a clearer/stronger vision for business processes. K2 was brought in through the infrastructure team, however, the application development teams never really caught the vision for rapid application delivery and business processes. Things are starting to change a little, but still not from a strategic perspective.
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