What do you like best?
Its system for managing multi-documents is fast. With Monday.com you can create quite extensive databases, and integrate them to platforms of all kinds. It should be noted that these databases are not stored in registers, but in customizable and easily accessible documents. Unlike many other database softwares, Monday.com does not require the use of SQL or tables to work. The BSON platform allows storing these documents, as it is specifically optimized to fulfill this function. Documents do not necessarily have to follow a scheme, similar to relationship databases.
What do you dislike?
As for what we dislike about Monday.com, we find that it does not allow working with isolated spaces without using code. You can not do massive data cleansing, nor merge them automatically. It also does not include predetermined models to work with, and does not allow data mining processes. Regarding the processing of large volumes of data, this process may take a short time (nothing really bad).
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Monday.com has brought great convenience to our database management, and therefore we can recommend it. It is economical, intuitive, and saves many unnecessary functions that are not necessary when modifying the information and exporting it. It is recommended to have certain basic knowledge in the use of the C ++ programming language, and to stop using concepts such as strings, sub-documents, and arrays, because like Monday.com all this is no longer necessary when writing code. It is excellent if it is about simplifying the writing, in order to save time.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
With Monday.com we solved a big problem with the storage of our databases, and with the use of SQL databases. Working with the latter was quite slow, and you needed to write much more to get results that can be achieved with Monday.com in small periods of time. As for storage, with the BSON system (which is a kind of variation of JSON) it is much more practical to export each database and keep a progress record of each transfer.