Mr. Sato: I'm developing a custom app using the FileMaker platform. The development is done by one person, but the test is a team play of 2 to 3 people, so I use Repsona for that interaction.
Ayatori System Co., Ltd., which develops systems using FileMaker
Mr. Sato: I felt I needed some sort of tool to share information online to manage the test cases for my team's system tests. However, I thought that the famous ones had too many functions to be used on a small scale, and on the contrary, were difficult to handle.
I was looking for a tool that would get me started as quickly as possible and that wouldn't take long to learn.
Mr. Sato: Repsona can be used immediately after registering, and since I can intuitively understand the operation when I actually touch it, I thought it would be easy to introduce it to the team. The fact that "only necessary functions have been collected" for small-scale use has led to easier understanding and introduction by members.
Get started with minimal information registration
I also like the fact that it has a knowledge base function (the function name in Repsona is “Note” *function for information sharing, document management). Task management and document management tend to be different tools, but it's very convenient to have a procedure, simple specifications, and conventions to carry out a task right next to the task.
Repsona also has a document management feature
Mr. Sato: The reason I started using it is that it is easy to get to. I've been a user since the beginning of Repsona beta, but at the same time I felt a lot of potential, but honestly I felt unsatisfactory at the beginning. So, when I gave feedback on the desired function, it was generally supported, and I felt that it would be enough to use it, so I decided to go with this.
Mr. Sato: We have all the necessary parts, but if we include small details, we can think of various things, "I wish this was more like this." I expect that it will be even more complete as all users continue to use it.
Ayatori System Co., Ltd. Platform Development Engineer Kotaro Sato