Same program, 75% fewer lines of code
With M# your project's total 'source' code will be 4 times smaller. This about this: although there will still be the same amount of .NET code there (from Visual Studio point of view), but the auto-generated areas are not technically the 'source' for all intents and purposes. So you have to write, maintain and worry about only the code you actually write in a mix of M# and C# which will be 75% smaller.
RAD, yet solid architecture
Many RAD tools and frameworks have traditionally had a poor reputation when it comes to the cleanness, beauty and architecture of their generated code. With M# on the other hand, you will get solid C# and ASP.NET code based on object-oriented business entities, ORM, unit-tests and integration-tests, table-less CSS layouts, proper multi-layer model, clean naming conventions, full code documentation, etc.
90% fewer bugs
Manually written code is prone to human errors whereas auto-generated code isn't. M# yields literally bug-free code and since 90% of the final .NET code will be written by M# you will only need to worry about fixing bugs in the 10% of the total code which is manually written. Therefore M# applications demand dramatically less testing and quality assurance efforts to develop and maintain.
4X shorter agile cycles
Agile success is all about early feedback and user participation. With M# you can do user-stories workshop in the morning and have a release review in the afternoon! That's because the hours in between will be enough to actually build the requested functions - you won't need days. This will significantly impact the project success and user satisfaction. Also the dynamic and fast turnaround will make more enthusiastic and interested users.
75% reduced development costs
Cutting out three quarters of the development time will directly translate into 75% savings on development costs. In cases where the project budget is pre-determined, then you can complete all primary features way ahead of time and spend the remaining 3 quarters of the budget to innovate, create more value for the users and build exciting enhancements. This will lead to better overall project success and stakeholder satisfaction, leading to more opportunities for your growth.
M# creates unit and integration tests for the target .NET solution. This by itself will give you long-term confidence about robustness and quality of the application's code. But more importantly this will promote a culture of quality within your development team and encourage the developers to write their own unit-tests and integration tests as well (for any custom business logic code) in a team culture to aim for 100% code coverage.
Maintainable & easier to change
In software life-cycle typically 80% of the total costs are related to ongoing changes, fixes and enhancements. M# will reduce your long-term costs by producing exceptionally consistent and predictable code that is readable, well documented and equipped with automated-tests. Thanks to the its hybrid language nature, you make changes at a high level and M# will update the generated .NET code automatically in all affected areas.
Reduced project risks
With M# the end result will be simply standard .NET code with no proprietary dependencies on M# or its vendor. This is in contrast to other frameworks and tools that introduce risks of technology dependence and future support uncertainty. Also M# will eliminate traditional risks that have damaged the reputation of I.T. for decades: Budget Overrun, Schedule Overrun, Poor Code Quality, Development staff turnover and loss of knowledge about application code architecture.