I like that with only a small amount of investment in learning you can create some pretty powerful ETL Graphs. As you progress and learn more and more you can start to use more advanced features and programming, but if you don't want to invest a lot of time in a deep dive, you can still get a lot accomplished.
What do you dislike?
There is a bit of initial learning curve but it pretty quickly plateaus and then only gradually increases if you decided to do a deep dive.
Recommendations to others considering the product
There are a lot of ETL companies out there, and each one has pros and cons. Clover had a nice mix where it allowed for more advanced functions and custom java programming, but had a price point that was far less than other companies with similar levels of customization that we needed. There are also some community or open source offerings from Clover and other ETL companies that you should check out first so you can get a feel just using the bare bones features.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
We received spreadsheets and CSVs from 100+ companies and we needed a way to automate the process of loading all this disparate data into our CRM (Salesforce).
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