I'm currently trying out the product. Do you have any idea as to how much this product costs? or is QTP a good choice? if not, what other testing tool can you recommend? as long as it's that too expensive but is easy to use and has lots of available help documents available.
My suggestion is to make a list of requirements by brainstorming with all who will be associated with the tool. Prioritize those requirements and screen your tools with that list. Send a questionnaire to the vendors, ask them for a Webex .etc, or on-site demo. Insure that the tools fulfill your needs then select the top 3 or 4 and testdrive them yourself. Don't just buy a tool on someone elses recommendation or you will probably end up with shelfware. Remember automation is programming!
I know of a tool that can replace QTP for about the same money but is far superior to it in that even a manual tester with almost no development skills can write automated scripts. Don't settle on the first tool you see, and don't be seduced by record/playback functionality, it's useless in most cases.
Sure, Unified Test Pro by Software Development Technologies. It uses Action Words or now they call them Key Words which are essentially multilevel functions. They drive a test engine which generates TSL and the latest version generates VBA. It does require a technical person to script the Key Words but it works with and through TesDirector. We've been using it for over 3 years now and we love it. The results are similar to Certify by WorkSoft.