What do you like best?
The user interface isn't too daunting and is really intuitive, almost 'friendly', which gives our staff the confidence to focus on what they need to do rather than being put off by trying to work out 'how' to do what they need.
It doesn't tie all staff into having to use it. As a system it can sit parallel to other activity that takes place on our files, so our staff have the nice interface, and our IT teams can still undertake maintenance of the files/servers.
We haven't done much with the API, but are looking forward to seeing what we can do with that to help integrate with other workflows/systems.
What do you dislike?
Out IT team would prefer a Linux version to make it easier for them to maintain.
It can sometimes run a bit slow, but that is due to the way we have it setup rather than the software itself, so it's worth spending the time to get the set up right from the start as this can be a burden in hindsight.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Comparing with alternatives was a challenge, because the alternatives were too much of a challenge to test, let alone implement.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
It has meant we have a means to assess and organise a huge number of legacy assets, and move our workflows forward to much greater efficiency.
This in turn also means we can reach a point were a much wider range of staff can discover and access assets themselves rather than relying on a small team to do it on their behalf.