- Network diagrams tools
- Flow charts
Importing templates can sometimes be a bit hit and miss.
More than five years
No, the product is quite straightforward to deploy.
Earlier versions would occasionally lock up, but recent editions have significantly improved performance.
I haven't pushed the limits of Visio. For what I have used it for, it has been able to handle everything I've thrown at it.
We've not had any need to raise a support issue in relation to Visio.Technical Support:
I can't comment on technical support for Visio. I haven't had to make any support tickets regarding it.
I used some basic open source drawing programs in the past, and came across Visio whilst looking to purchase Microsoft Office some years ago. I found it did everything I needed and never looked at anything else since.
Best way to express ROI for Visio would be the quick and consistent documentation that it helps create, provided that the product is used consistently for diagramming.
Just license alongside Office 365, the monthly fee is always up-to-date
Does what it says on the tin, produces very nice standardized diagrams, and has some very powerful tools.