Visio Other Solutions Considered

Vaibhav-Kumar
Assistant Manager in Strategic Consulting at Metlife
Before choosing I did a market evaluation. I performed a needs evaluation as the first step in our market evaluation. We considered what kind of solution we wanted and if it was okay to go with a freeware solution or is it right to go with the licensed software. Initially, we were Microsoft Platinum Partners, so that's why we had Microsoft Visio well established in our organization. However, again, when it comes to the kind of usage and along with the maturity of the process that we had, it was a simple move from my end because you're paying for a license and if you do not use the overall potential of it, including the user interface, I think it's not worth to pay for those applications. View full review »
Ahmed Hussien
Tally Operations Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
iGraphics was the solution which was in place, but the support contact with iGraphics ended. Because we needed to have a new contact and iGraphics is very expensive, we started to check other solutions for the flow charts. Many were also expensive. But Visio was the most cost-effective. View full review »
DelMan34546
Delivery Manager at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
We did not evaluate other solutions before implementing Visio. View full review »
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Andrew-Lim
Managing Director at Andrew Lim Consulting
I did not evaluate other options before choosing this solution. View full review »
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