What users are saying about
9 Ratings
17 Ratings
9 Ratings
<a href='https://www.trustradius.com/static/about-trustradius-scoring' target='_blank' rel='nofollow'>trScore algorithm: Learn more.</a>
Score 4.3 out of 101
17 Ratings
<a href='https://www.trustradius.com/static/about-trustradius-scoring' target='_blank' rel='nofollow'>trScore algorithm: Learn more.</a>
Score 7.8 out of 101

Likelihood to Recommend

AccuRev

Very slow and not intuitive; it would be my last choice for version control systems.The UI is a little confusing at times and seems a little outdated. It needs a lot of improvement. It is suited for small projects and fewer number of projects. But if there are huge projects and many projects to be maintained in a portfolio, its a little hard to manage.
No photo available

Perforce

The most important question to answer when choosing between Perforce and other [version control] packages is how technically proficient your users will be. Most developers can easily get the file they need, while some will want more specific file sets and will need some assistance or documentation to get their client spec just the way they want. For managers, who tend to be less technically on average, they will probably need much more help up front and over time. And for either of these groups, certain tasks will become difficult, however Perforce is processional and robust, and those who have the time and patience will come to appreciate the added power at their fingertips.
Quentin Smith profile photo

Pros

AccuRev

  • Overall strong user interface.
  • Overall layout and icons seem easy to follow and pickup
  • Merging interface - Easy to follow
No photo available

Perforce

  • Perforce Visual tool (P4V) is very extensive and pretty well organized. Perforce has a built in history tool.
  • Very good history view: you can see when your code was last changed, committed, and by whom.
  • You can add a lot of columns and history view, and sort a file by any of the columns.
Filip Witkowski profile photo

Cons

AccuRev

  • Ability to zoom in/out for stream-view. We currently have many streams/substreams and unable to view the entire workflow. Zooming in/out would benefit.
  • Being a designer, I use Adobe Flash and SWF files. When updating the SWF files, Accurev does not see these files as being changed and you will be unable to promote. In order to push changes, you must totally rename the SWF file.
No photo available

Perforce

  • I was having a hard time learning it. Even if you are an experienced developer, there is some learning curve.
  • Can be slow when working with large data sets at once.
  • When working on multiple workspaces on the same machine, Perforce can make it difficult not to mess up the code.
Filip Witkowski profile photo

Likelihood to Renew

AccuRev

AccuRev 6.1
Based on 3 answers
I give it this rating because I found an alternate application that is much more cost effective and quicker
No photo available

Perforce

Perforce 6.6
Based on 5 answers
It's the de facto version control software in the industry.
Chris Mielke, PMP, CSM profile photo

Usability

AccuRev

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Perforce

Perforce 5.0
Based on 1 answer
Simple tasks and setups are pretty straight forward, more complicated tasks are extremely complicated compared to other packages. Perforce's GUI and Command-Line tools are easy to use, and clean, which helps to limit confusion when you know what you are trying to accomplish - the knowing isn't always obvious, however, and for more complicated tasks, you will likely need outside help.
Quentin Smith profile photo

Reliability and Availability

AccuRev

AccuRev 7.0
Based on 1 answer
No answer on this topic is available.

Perforce

Perforce 9.0
Based on 1 answer
In our large environment, Perforce is rarely "down". We have regular maintenance windows and from time to time Perforce can feel a little slow, but its always available. Tech support has always worked with our engineers and IT department to make sure that any real performance or stability issues are addressed quickly.
Josh Markiewicz profile photo

Implementation

AccuRev

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Perforce

Perforce 7.0
Based on 1 answer
This rating is related to setting up an environment from an existing Perforce repository. Initial setup of Perforce as the repository for the company was done by a separate team long prior to my inception.
No photo available

Alternatives Considered

AccuRev

Git is one obvious alternative. However, Git is leveraging the command line and has minimal interface. Developer must be acclimated with command line in order to use Git.
No photo available

Perforce

I've worked with Alienbrain and I like Perforce much better with the streamlined interface. Alienbrain seems a little bloated.
Chris Mielke, PMP, CSM profile photo

Return on Investment

AccuRev

  • We will be moving away from Accurev as it's not meeting our needs.
  • We have been using it for many years and it has supported our needs well for these years . But since our org is growing and the projects getting more complex and team size is increasing, this tool is not working out for us.
  • It's a little simpler to understand than GIT but still the slowness of the tool overall is an issue.
No photo available

Perforce

  • Perforce fulfills all of our business needs
Hank Jones profile photo

Pricing Details

AccuRev

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
Additional Pricing Details

Perforce

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

Add comparison