I love how easy it is to convert ideas and requirements to actual releasable solutions in no time at all.
Getting everyone on the same page is just so much easier with Warewolf, it improves communication between stakeholders and the developers by being transparent, no hidden settings or configs in the background. The stakeholders get to see exactly what the solution does from the workflow image extracts produced by the studio.
In a sense it is WYSIWYG for process execution. And one should not to be fooled by the Warewolf Studio's simplistic user interface; the available tools that are dragged and dropped are extremely powerful, and can be used to accomplish the most complicated of tasks, with minimal to no code at all.
Given that in many instances during the SDLC, designs need to be changed, from scope change to misunderstanding design or poor communication (or whatever the reason); Warewolf shines bright in this area. Making changes to the processes is fast and easy! This is because Warewolf allows workflows to be re-usable in other workflows. "Plugging" things in or removing processes no longer required merely requires a few mouse clicks.
There are so many more features that are available such as the testing framework, easy debugging, Warewolf to Warewolf executions and deployments, version control and workflow merging!! But I will leave it at that. I would suggest you download Warewolf and give it a go. This innovative tool will definitely change your perspective on what it means to create solutions.
There is not much to dislike about the product, Its easy to install, easy to run, easy to understand. I really enjoy working with Warewolf to do my development.
Transparency for stakeholders.
Reduction of development cost.
Reduction of deployment costs.
Re-usability of processes.
Easy knowledge transfer for new developers.
Not being held at Ransom by developers.
Seamless integration to other software