I consulted with a local company that was having trouble with their workflow. As a small company, they were having the kind of issues you get when you have few employees, a lot to do, and little time to do it in. The kinds of activities huge corporations tackle with 50 employees and a fully stocked breakroom. The school I worked with had no idea how to approach their organizational issues and my current position recommended I consult with them for a short time to help resolve the issue. At the moment, KiSSFLOW is solely a workflow solution for them and they use it strictly as such. This is why the program works so well, too -- it doesn't pretend to be anything else. It is a workflow process program and it knows how to use its strengths for exactly that.