We love jack-of-all-trades Saviom for its broad comprehensiveness and approachable support. Specifically, jargon-averse individuals will enjoy the platform’s dedicated account managers, abundant multimedia training resources, and international expert-led support team.
The platform’s resource-forecasting function is particularly handy thanks to its consideration of many factors that proactively produce resource allocation recommendations. This makes Saviom ideal for grappling with a broad array of interdepartmental elements, such as multi-talented personnel.
And while we aren’t fans of opaque pricing models, which often is a façade for higher costs and worse value propositions, we think Saviom pitches a sweet deal. Specifically, the software’s rarely seen per-license (rather than per-employee) pricing scheme sets the platform apart from competitors, like Monday.com. So, although you’ll still need to grapple with a sales agent to determine costs, you’ll feel liberated to expand your workforce without paying more long term.
Saviom’s official stance holds its platform to be better suited toward medium- and large-sized organizations. Indeed, a tiny business might find the suite to be overwhelming. However, we conclude it’s still highly approachable and suitable for most small businesses with established workforces.
Smaller, more local businesses should be prepared to find some elements, such as its global-centric language and two- to six-week setup time, to be a tad confusing, though.
Also, we find the platform’s visual elements to appear lackluster. Saviom’s charts are a flat, gradient-shaded scheme à la late 1990s and early 2000s office software, while uninspired fonts like Verdana and Arial are commonplace. While this isn’t a dealbreaker, don’t expect bewitching visual baubles to help justify costs.