Integrify is a powerful tool, but with an outdated and unfriendly user interface. It does not support BPMN (an OMG standard), but proposes a proprietary notation that must be learned by users and makes it impossible to share and discuss process models by the community of BPM practitioners.
While Integrify is a proven tool with a good user base, the user experience is complex and the user interface looks "old". This translates into possible increased resistance from users to adopt the tool. In addition, the process configuration is complex, with endless menus and submenus, leading to a steep learning curve. Naturally, this learning curve becomes an impediment to implementing processes quickly and showing results. It is quite complex to incorporate new people to the team and have them quickly learn how to use Integrify.
Integration with other systems is possible, but only through WebServices, which makes it complex and unusable for business users. It is very difficult to connect Integrify with other cloud based applications.