Is Miro worth it?
October 26, 2021
Is Miro worth it?
Score 8 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Used across the organisation and with individual users. We have an agile working programme that Miro helps to support. It helps us work in a better, more collaborative way. We have some issues in the business in brainstorm meetings and pitch scenarios where we struggle to keep the sessions on track. Miro helps us do that.
- More effective working.
- More efficient working.
- It allows people to focus on what goals to aim for.
Works well with small, medium, and large businesses. It can cope with any meeting situation and is pretty straightforward to implement into the business. It’s web-based so it can be used on any system and can be used with most integrating tools. You can have multiple users who can be in a room or dial in externally.
Can have a few niggles starting up but is absolutely no problem 95% of the time. Easy to integrate into the business and it works across multiple locations and multiple teams. We had an external company help integrate and deploy it into our business which worked well.
Yes, this has supported our hybrid and blended meeting working model. There are times when there will be some people in the room and some dialing in from an external source and Miro is great at supporting this. New business projects usually require a team to work in a close and collaborative way. Miro is brilliant for this.
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- Microsoft Teams, Oracle Agile PLM and MURAL (formerly Mural.ly)
There are many similar products and systems available but we found that Miro was more appropriate for our business than some of the others. We used Mural previously but Miro has more functionality and allows more users. Microsoft has a similar system but this comes nowhere near Miro. Not sure about the cost but it’s well worth checking out and getting into your business to help support agile working sessions.
Works best for agile brainstorming meetings and pitch sessions where you need clarity and a collaborative group working on the same project. It really helps to keep people focused on the same goal and purpose. It’s clear and concise and can be used as a systemised kanban. It takes the manual work out of internal and external sessions. It really has helped support hybrid blended sessions during the pandemic work-from-home period.