LeanIX Pros and Cons

LeanIX Pros

MichaelSukachev
Enterprise Architect at Teranet, INC.
Among the most valuable features are the easy-to-use interface and the ability to get quick results... Many tools that I have seen are great for technical people and for giving technical and business information as well, but they're not as friendly and easy as LeanIX... It works well for both technical and business users. It provides a good combination, enabling you to quickly put valuable information in for both technical and non-technical people and derive results.
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ST
reviewer1383426
Principal Enterprise Architect at a construction company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are that it's user-friendly and the user experience. It's easy to map the fact sheets.
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RH
reviewer1321518
Consultant at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
The usability is very high. It almost looks like a Facebook for Enterprise architecture, it's pretty nice. It's HTML5 based. The repository is very easy. It has 10 different ways of sorting the objects you have in your architecture repository. Maintaining new data or to add data to your repository is very easy.
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JB
CRMman677
CRM Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We've been able to develop some nice looking reports, and the dashboard's capability to map is very easy compared to Enterprise Architect.
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LeanIX Cons

MichaelSukachev
Enterprise Architect at Teranet, INC.
Another area for improvement is that when you're starting to look into more advanced information, using the solution's APIs and its customizations, documentation for that specific aspect is not very good. There is not too much support built into the offering for that aspect, for a developer.
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ST
reviewer1383426
Principal Enterprise Architect at a construction company with 201-500 employees
They should improve the out of the box connectors that they provide. They should see if clients are really ready to adapt them.
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RH
reviewer1321518
Consultant at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
Not a ten because you always have that gap between complexity and easy to use. And the more complex the tool becomes, the more difficult it is to get the usability.
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JB
CRMman677
CRM Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It's hard to predict the pricing of the system.
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