>Know this is an older thread but will add my thoughts for the record as i was
>looking for more opinions.
>Completely agree with yoni and mahua.
>Pega is useful if your organization is willing to accept very subpar
>usability and user experience, and are willing to take on all the negatives
>of dealing with everything as a training issue.
>Trying to solve simple problems is hard, and trying to solve challenging
>problems is nearly impossible since the level of customization required would
>mean you can't upgrade the product.
>Pega attempts to substitute appropriate resourcing and mature software
>development methodologies with a toy that tries to automate those thing, very
>unsuccessfully from what i've seen.
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