Simple and effective solution to create a rich database of informations.
February 25, 2021

Simple and effective solution to create a rich database of informations.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Coda

I am the main Coda developer in my company. We've used Coda for a couple of years mainly as a database.
We are an engineering company working on many projects, so a unified document lets us centralize deadlines, information, tasks, and people involved. It is very useful to search for information based on different filters. This setup lets us have a better and more organized view of future deadlines and useful exploitation of information.
  • Creating a solid and unified database of information.
  • Lots of capabilities over filtering out data and show them.
  • Responsive support team that really tries hard to help you out.
  • Better customization on calendar layout.
  • Better evaluate past and future workload.
  • Organization of past projects' information in order to let everyone take advantage of them.
For the use we needed in the company, Coda was a way easier and simpler solution. Jira and the Atlassian suite is more complete and structured, but it is was way too complicated.

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Coda is well suited for creating a unified database that the company can use to have a better view of future deadlines or to analyze and evaluate past work. Once the database created, it is very easy to filter out and search for information. We do not use it as an everyday platform to share and exchange information.