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What’s your least favourite software that your company makes you use?

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DavidGarrity11's avatar
almost 3 years ago

Adobe- their support and changing (especially removal) of licenses can be a bit of pain. Also, for what you get, Adobe seems like and over priced product.

4 points
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@maguay (replying to @DavidGarrity11 )
almost 3 years ago

What products do you use most, and do you rely on any Adobe-specific features? For many things if you only use basic features it's pretty easy to swap out Adobe products with alternatives, but quite hard for more advanced workflows.

1 point
MrMikeWaters's avatar
almost 3 years ago

On a similar vein, Concur. I'd also prefer Expensify ;)

2 points
maguay's avatar
@maguay (replying to @MrMikeWaters )
almost 3 years ago

Expensify really has nailed the workflow of tracking and submitting expenses.

2 points
kil0ran's avatar
almost 3 years ago

Receipt Bank (https://www.receipt-bank.com/uk/)
There's nothing wrong with it per se, but I'm used to the awesomeness of Expensify. The thing with Receipt Bank is that it's approver-focused, not submitter-focused.

2 points
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