Board Stability

BudgetOf6348
Budget Officer at a government with 201-500 employees
It wasn't because of BOARD, it was more because we have integrated it with our ERP system, and we have made changes in our ERP system without filtering those through to our BOARD software. So it wasn't BOARD, it was really a self-inflicted kind situation. The platform has worked wonderfully for us. There haven't been any issues that I've seen with the platform. In fact, we're looking at - maybe in the next year, or next two years - integrating more into it, really expanding what we're currently using it for, which is just budgets; to look at it and see what else we can do with it. It's very customizable. View full review »
Sujata Telang
BI Developer at a healthcare company
Initially we did have issues with the BOARD crashing, but at that time I was fairly new. I will say that the services were meant to start after a few hours but that's the time where it briefly pauses and if anybody, by chance, was even trying to get into BOARD, it would lock them up. But that was fine. It was not really a stability issue. Our users did make a little bit of commotion, but eventually I explained it to them, and it was fine. Now it is pretty stable. View full review »
Rebecca Jackson
Strategy and Performance Analytics Director at a government
My impression is that it's excellent. I believe that BOARD does provide a very stable environment. Again, we haven't had any real issues. View full review »
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Bob Gill
Principle Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
No issues. The only issues we ran into were related to communication mistakes that we made. As long as we follow our change control process, the system is rock solid. View full review »
Rich Wojcik
Director of FPNA at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
Stability has been fantastic. We have not had any downtime. We are an on-premise user, so we are very dependent on our own systems and we have very reliable systems. I am interested in the future of turning over to the cloud and the challenge of what that performance will be like. Right now, it is a future endeavor that we have. In the industry that I belonged to, the healthcare industry, there are a tremendous amount of safeguards that we have to add, therefore everything is on-premise versus out in the cloud. View full review »
SystemCo57f9
System Controller at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
We've had a few little issues. We adopted the cloud version, we were something of a guinea pig for them. They've had a few issues that they were able to work out. But overall, it's a few bumps here and there, but it seems to be working well now. View full review »
Bernie Lucido
Senior Business Analyst at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's outstanding, because I don't know of any issues that we've had. View full review »
KenCevolani
BI Developer at a retailer with 201-500 employees
I have not seen any stability issues. View full review »
Financia722b
Financial Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
We haven't had any real issues with the stability. We've had one issue where they had to come in and fix something that kept needing restarting while we're developing, but we've not had that issue in a while. View full review »
FinanceM659d
Finance Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We have had some challenges with newer version of the rollout. We are looking forward BOARD 11 with its more refined functions. View full review »
Letisia Romero
Financial Analyst at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
No stability issues. Everything has been good. We did have some downtime because there are only two staff members in my division. My managers continuously use it, except we do not have the time to continuously update it. View full review »
Helen Ong
Sales Operations Specialist at a non-tech company with 11-50 employees
It is pretty stable. View full review »
Consultac167
Consultant at a financial services firm
So far so good. View full review »
Tommaso Chierchia
Senior Consultant at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
The stability has been fine. We have an additional challenge because we have to integrate it not only with where we are pulling the data, but with our own technology, as if we are implementing three systems. This has been challenging, but we are slowly improving on it. Hopefully, future implementations will be quick. This downtime is mainly due to our learning curve. View full review »
Leeza Mathews
Manager MIS at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is pretty stable. The only issue that we seem to have is with the performance, which with version 11, it looks like they might have addressed it. View full review »
Kit Chan
VP of Professional Services at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The stability is pretty good. We have used other systems, and it is on par with the big competitors out there. View full review »
Carlos Artieda
Manager Of Financial Planning And Analysis at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
Stability has been perfect. We have never had any issues from downtime. View full review »
Michael Tsang
Senior Consultant at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
In development we have issues for which we have had to open tickets. It's part of the learning process. We don't know where exactly it's going wrong. It's not quite intuitive sometimes. View full review »
Kory Kersavage
Budget & Performance Analyst with 501-1,000 employees
No, The software is extremely resilient, and problems are only encountered through user error, which are often easy to fix. View full review »
Consulta6cd5
Consultant at a consultancy
I think the stability can be improved upon, but overall it is stable. We've seen downtime from our side, that we did not design it the way that it was going to be used. But I also see that we have had to take away features because it was not supported in the way that we wanted it. We're using it in the client versus Web; in the client it works and in the Web it doesn't. So we had to pull certain controls off the screen. View full review »
Jonathan Marcer
Business Transformation Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
It's good. I feel it's stable in our client base, and I'm quite confident that the new version will increase the scalability. View full review »
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