Overall Satisfaction with Miro
At Versatile Credit, we love web-based collaboration tools. We have had outstanding success before using tools like Goole Docs, Sheets, and Slides to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. However, we always lacked a wonderful web-based, collaborative diagramming tool. Miro fits that need perfectly.
At Versatile Credit all diagramming is done in Miro. This is done both internally and externally (for clients and partners). We use Miro to document business processes, application workflows, software architecture, systems architecture, and even brainstorming diagrams.
During the 2020 pandemic, the organization was thirsty for this type of tool, and Miro delivered it perfectly.
- Positive: It allowed us to collaborate internally better and build better software
- Positive: The low level of friction has gotten more people into diagramming.
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Web-based collaboration tools are so much better. The fact that anyone (on any type of device) and collaborate instantly is really important. Being cloud-based, and having all of the diagrams in the cloud at all times is another huge win over these other tools. Licensing and pricing are so much more economical over the other solutions.
Miro is great for organizations that love web-based collaboration tools. When diagrams serve the need to educate and collaborate, Miro is top-notch. If you are producing a really high-quality diagram where color and typography and layout can be VERY important, Miro may not be the best tool.