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Score 8.8 out of 100
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Score 8 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Concrete5

If you have some knowledge of coding or website editing, Concrete5 is a great choice. You can go into their marketplace and find additional add-ons or modules that you would like to add to your site. If you are looking for a simple web site hosting service, this may not be the option for you.
Dave Becker | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

COZYROC is great if you have a number of sources or destinations where vanilla SSIS either does not provide connectors, they are difficult to work with, or they are not fully featured. SFTP is a prime example. Almost any web service is another. It also includes some nice helper components, such as script task plus. This speeds up the development of script tasks by making the configuration easier. That said, it is not a silver bullet for all your SSIS woes. I've found that none of the SSIS 3rd party components spans all my needs and generally end up running a couple of different ones to cover all the functionality required.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Security

Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC
Role-based user permissions
Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC

Platform & Infrastructure

Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC
API
Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC
Internationalization / multi-language
Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC

Web Content Creation

Concrete5
9.0
COZYROC
WYSIWYG editor
Concrete5
8.8
COZYROC
Code quality / cleanliness
Concrete5
9.1
COZYROC
Admin section
Concrete5
8.5
COZYROC
Page templates
Concrete5
9.1
COZYROC
Library of website themes
Concrete5
6.5
COZYROC
Mobile optimization / responsive design
Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC
Publishing workflow
Concrete5
9.9
COZYROC
Form generator
Concrete5
9.7
COZYROC

Web Content Management

Concrete5
8.0
COZYROC
Content taxonomy
Concrete5
9.2
COZYROC
SEO support
Concrete5
10.0
COZYROC
Bulk management
Concrete5
3.9
COZYROC
Availability / breadth of extensions
Concrete5
8.2
COZYROC
Community / comment management
Concrete5
8.7
COZYROC

Data Source Connection

Concrete5
COZYROC
8.2
Connect to traditional data sources
Concrete5
COZYROC
8.4
Connecto to Big Data and NoSQL
Concrete5
COZYROC
7.9

Data Transformations

Concrete5
COZYROC
7.5
Simple transformations
Concrete5
COZYROC
7.5
Complex transformations
Concrete5
COZYROC
7.5

Data Modeling

Concrete5
COZYROC
7.6
Metadata management
Concrete5
COZYROC
7.3
Business rules and workflow
Concrete5
COZYROC
7.3
Testing and debugging
Concrete5
COZYROC
8.2

Pros

Concrete5

  • Concrete5 provides a very easy interface for website owners/administrators. Adding pages and content is simple and straightforward.
  • Concrete5.7+ works well on mobile devices such as phones and tablets - including admin editing tools.
  • Concrete5 has a good user community and support forums, as well as paid add-ons which provide advanced functionality which other open-source CMSs can lack.
Tom Reitz | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

  • CRM Dynamics connection
  • Sharepoint list connector
  • SFTP component
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Concrete5

  • Concrete5 uses Bootstrap in their UI so when developing themes that may also use Bootstrap there can be conflicts using the same classes. This has been solved somewhat in 5.7, however, by use of namespacing.
  • Concrete5's MVC structure is great in how easy you can override blocks. However, if you go nuts you can quickly rack up an obscene amount of stylesheet and "is" calls in the head of the document which can hurt performance.
  • It's been criticized for having a rather large amount of files, which can be a problem on cheaper shared hosting, but I can't speak to that personally. We've never had a problem.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

  • Looking for Office 365 API connector and source task.
  • Looking for Share Connection with multifactor login.
Venkata Ramana Potluri | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Concrete5

Concrete5 9.9
Based on 22 answers
Its a very solid, very consistent package that never lets you down or leaves you frustrated. It gets a 10/10 because its so much better than anything else currently available. It also gets a 10/10 because, even if not compared to others, it does not leave you wanting for features or functionality. It is an excellent piece of software that will answer almost every CMS need.
John Smart | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Usability

Concrete5

Concrete5 9.0
Based on 12 answers
I have used it on over 30 projects in the past 3 years and it's still a pleasure to work in. Doesn't always have all the answers, no CMS does, but I still find it very easy to use from prototyping to working to final project. Also there is no problem working on a localhost then moving to a live site, like there is with WordPress. It's my go to app in my CMS quiver.
David Zizza | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

COZYROC 8.2
Based on 1 answer
Easy to use and easy to implement into ETL solutions with Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Reliability and Availability

Concrete5

Concrete5 10.0
Based on 1 answer
Since it's not tied to a central server (other than for authorizing updates and assigning licenses to specific sites), it's available pretty much 100% of the time.
David Zizza | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Performance

Concrete5

Concrete5 9.0
Based on 1 answer
The site works extremely well, the front end flies, searches and form submissions are very fast indeed.The reason its a 9 not a ten? the back end can be a little slow at times, and this is unfair, because for the backend to be so amazing, it has to do a huge amount of work!
John Smart | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

Concrete5

Concrete5 10.0
Based on 3 answers
Concrete5 is open-source and has an incredibly strong, polite, and supportive community. You can get an answer to nearly anything you want to do with Concrete5 by googling for it, searching the Concrete5 discussion forums or stack overflow, or posting your question to the forum. Members are very courteous and do not look down on those with less knowledge. And answers are always quick, informative, and supportive.
Kevin Call | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

COZYROC 8.6
Based on 4 answers
Their support is fast and responsive. Their devs work on resolving the issues quickly. We usually will have a release of a fix within a few days.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

Concrete5

Concrete5 9.8
Based on 6 answers
Build off of an existing theme to speed up the creation of custom designed themed. Bootstrap is a good one but there are many others that are probably much simpler to build from than the Bootstrap one was. Make sure you host on a Unix/Linux server so you don't have to install PHP or MySQL separately. It's just smoother on those platforms.
Nathanael Girard | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

Concrete5

Concrete5's UI is a bit more dated compared to WordPress, and the ecosystem for plugins is smaller. But out of the box, Concrete5 does more with its clean code than WordPress does. WordPress's UI and large plugin/community around it is its biggest strength as a product, not the underlying code.
Collin Berg | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

We run both Task Factory and COZYROC. The two sets certainly have crossover but are also complementary. Neither solution provides coverage for every use case. We have also reviewed ZappySys, which again has significant crossover between the two, but some useful outlier functionality as well, such as a robust SOAP component if you have the misfortune of still dealing with that protocol.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Concrete5

  • Clients rarely require support with simple tasks such as updating pages allowing our developers to focus on higher value projects.
  • Cost reduction due to increased employee efficiency
  • Increased customer satisfaction as clients are able to have more control over their websites.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

COZYROC

  • It helped us implement something impossible using original SSIS.
  • It helped us build the process more quickly.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Concrete5

General

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

Concrete5 Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

COZYROC

General

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

COZYROC Editions & Modules

Edition
COZYROC SSIS+ Ultimate Subscription$8991
COZYROC SSIS+ 1.9 Lifetime$4,9992
COZYROC SSIS+ Premium Priority Support499.953
COZYROC SAS® SSIS Adapters2,499.953
COZYROC Excel Add-in for SAS®199.953
  1. year
  2. one-time payment
  3. year
Additional Pricing Details
COZYROC SSIS+ Ultimate Subscription - $799 /per year 2 license keys (for two servers) * Free upgrades to newer versions * Free to use in Visual Studio * Premium support (Priority over regular free support. Guaranteed one business day response time.)

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