We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The dashboard and the reporting functionality are the solution's most valuable features."
"Its integration features, orchestration features, and discovery tools are the most valuable. It is also pretty stable, and it can be as scalable as you want."
"Its flexibility and ease of customization are its most valuable features."
"The design has been revamped in terms of GUI. The current interface is quite easy to read."
"It can adapt to any process in the organization."
"Incident management is the most valuable because we're using it to manage tickets for an accounting system. With the reports that are available, it allows us to track and identify trends at the type and item level. It also helps us in managing the workload better than what we had in Remedy, which is what we were using before 2013."
"The stability, specifically in the on-premises deployment model, could be improved."
"Application service mapping, GRC, SecOps, and things like that need improvement."
"Their end-user interface and technical support features could be improved."
"The solution does not interface well with other products and is difficult to implement."
"With the new version moving toward the codeless configuration is good, but it's losing flexibility."
"We aren't able to take emails that come in and turn them into tickets, especially when it comes to attachments. When an email has an attachment, like a screenshot, it is a very cumbersome process, and it does not work very well. I shouldn't have been paying technicians to cut and paste attachments from an email into the ticketing system. It should do that automatically. Other solutions are able to do that. This is something that needs to be improved. Test manager and knowledge management areas are probably amongst the worst parts of this solution. We try to use this solution for knowledge management, but it is not user-friendly. Therefore, it has limited ROI as you need to spend time to try and fully capitalize on the knowledge management system."
"For an ITIL user, the cost is probably about 50 bucks a month."
"I would say that identify your requirements and pay for the support to implement and test those requirements, and then hope that you did a good job because the cost of their service is fairly expensive."
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Cherwell Service Management is ranked 27th in Help Desk Software with 2 reviews while Micro Focus Service Manager is ranked 24th in Help Desk Software with 4 reviews. Cherwell Service Management is rated 7.0, while Micro Focus Service Manager is rated 6.2. The top reviewer of Cherwell Service Management writes "A scalable solution with good discovery, integration, and orchestration features, but application service mapping, GRC, and SecOps need improvement". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Micro Focus Service Manager writes "A better GUI in place but still not user friendly and quite complex to implement". Cherwell Service Management is most compared with ServiceNow, JIRA Service Desk, BMC Helix ITSM, HEAT Service Management and Salesforce Service Cloud, whereas Micro Focus Service Manager is most compared with ServiceNow, BMC Helix ITSM, ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus, IBM Maximo and Device42. See our Cherwell Service Management vs. Micro Focus Service Manager report.
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