My instinct is to advise against software that claims automatically to correct 12 parameters with one click. That's not the kind of correction I would want. Also, the 'before' and 'after' examples on their website look simulated to me, which sets alarm bells ringing.
The parameters it corrects are all image quality flaws they are consistent from photo to photo.
Digital does far exceed the quality of film. Software only makes digital better and is one of the greatest reasons why it's so good. I would recommend catching up to the future and learning how to at least use Lightroom.
I can't imagine many self-respecting photographers wanting 12 image parameters (not all of them necessarily flaws) all changed automatically. It's no good for anyone wanting control over post-processing.