What do you like best?
Visage has a clean and simple interface- that is both intuitive and easy to learn. It shouldn't be underestimated though, there are layers of complexity once you familiarize yourself with it. They want you to make the most of their tool and have excellent training resources which will show you how to do that.
Visage is constantly evolving and expanding on the user experience. As a company, they're very responsive to constructive feedback on how to improve their product (their team is lead by empathetic designers who know their business and customers well).
Visage is a tool for collaboration. You can manage your visual assets across your team or department. This allows your team to collaboratively design branded communications, that can be shared either socially, or downloaded and incorporated into other communications. (You can upload your logo and other branded visuals).
What do you dislike?
Visage doesn't (currently) have a graphic resizing feature which would be useful for social sharing.
Visage doesn't have a social share option for LinkedIn.
Visage is recently out of beta and lacks some functionality (though new features are consistently being added, since I started using it a few months ago).
Visage lacks a graphic library to tap into. Its a great resource if you already have the graphics you want to use. Once you have them you can upload them and share them with your team.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Tap into their team and their training resources. They will steer you in the right direction.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
As a company we were struggling with the visual side of content, especially while socializing it on social media.
It's an easy tool to learn how to use and also to teach others.
It will give your content a visual face lift and make it more shareable and consumable.