3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jul 7, 2016
Positive: Comprehensive tool Needs Development area: Cost/Benefit ratio
Review your requirements against the cost
It is consistent.
Provide a lower cost version with maybe a bit less functionality. Too many features provides complexity.
More closely map requirements to tool selection AND cost.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 7, 2016
Product has an outdated and less user friendly user interface and low performance. Took a long time to customize and implement which included in a conversion/migration from the previous tool (home grown).
Define your goals based on the collected requirements & needs. Create a strategy for reaching the goal. Look into process prior to the tool/product selection. Create and follow an implementation strategy.
The diverse functionality.
Unfriendly user interface.
Know your capability and limitations when it comes to customization of your product to an extreme extent. Say no and rationalize the declination. Often the clients do not think of the consequences of the decisions they need to take if the vendor doesn't enlighten them.
Would definitely go for one that has better product quantum rating and talk to references of similar installations. Better strategy alignment without compromising key requirements. Better implementation strategy and full roll-out.
Outdated data model.
Integration takes a long time.