Nothing is perfect! The things that I don't like tend to be around my specific use case. Biggest takeaways:
* Not being able to configure the columns of the judges' view. That would be really helpful and the coding/technology is already there somewhere as you can configure columns in the administrator/manager view
* That the underlying model assumes a single interested party which means to have multiple people engaged in a submission (conference co-speakers) you have to jump hoops
* Related to the above point, as a co-speaker, you can't login to an account and see the submissions that you are involved in. You can make 'something' work, but not using an account based approach.
Finally, I would really have liked to have had the possibility to look at the 'back end' during assessment, but having used it now, I totally agree that I would have overlooked some key aspects of the product. So I understand that strategy even though during assessment it was a little frustrating! Award Force will spend time showing you the admin panel, it's just not a hands on experience. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.