What do you like best?
-Apps for Windows, Android, iOS, great for many different people with many different devices. This is a great feature because it lets us share files cross-platform with ease.
-2GB free, very nice because users can try out the service. 2GB is usually enough for most personal users for quite a long time.
-Integration with Dropbox and Google Drive means less headache over files in different locations. Having files uploaded to multiple different places is a logistics issue that can prove to be a detriment to any time specific tasks (for instance, if there is access required to a file but the company does not remember where it is stored) Having one cloud storage solution overall is much, much better.
What do you dislike?
-EU based only, which means download and upload speeds can be a little on the slow side. This is mostly because I live in the States, however. If you live in Europe, this point is completely null.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Imagine Dropbox, but with even better integration with other non-Koofr services, that is also based in Europe.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
The problem was mostly sharing multiple files in the office in which I work at. Because I used Koofr, I can share files easily between multiple people and between different platforms (ex. iOS, Android, Windows phones can all use Koofr apps).