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10 Ratings

MS SharePoint

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Score 7.7 out of 100
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Score 7.4 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

MS SharePoint

It's very well suited to act as an intranet, where it's only going to be used internally by employees of a company. It works well to share documents, provide lists of reference materials to users, provide a place for departments to have their own discussions and calendars and other collaboration purposes. It includes "workflows" unlike its predecessors, and those can define the flow of a process or task and walk the user through that flow very effectively. In fact, an employee's entire job could hypothetically be scripted using SharePoint workflows. It can scale OK in small scale terms, as I have experience of using it in networks with under a few thousand users. I don't know how it would behave if there were tens of thousands of hundreds of thousands of users, but provided the infrastructure is scaled proportionately, I don't see why it wouldn't work well at that scale as well.
Jane Updegraff | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

Samepage is well suited to situations:- when there is a need for ongoing collaboration between people- when these people lack tech skills- when there is a need for sharing and showing different kinds of mediaSamepage is less appropriate in situations (since there are better tools for those particular uses):- requiring more robust communication tools - when the objective is to execute a specific, finite task- when it is necessary a precise control of version history
Marcelo de Vasconcellos | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

MS SharePoint
7.2
Samepage
6.7
Task Management
MS SharePoint
7.4
Samepage
6.0
Gantt Charts
MS SharePoint
6.4
Samepage
8.0
Scheduling
MS SharePoint
7.1
Samepage
5.7
Workflow Automation
MS SharePoint
7.6
Samepage
6.7
Mobile Access
MS SharePoint
7.5
Samepage
7.1
Search
MS SharePoint
7.5
Samepage
7.4
Visual planning tools
MS SharePoint
7.3
Samepage
6.3

Communication

MS SharePoint
7.2
Samepage
6.8
Chat
MS SharePoint
6.9
Samepage
7.1
Notifications
MS SharePoint
7.3
Samepage
7.3
Discussions
MS SharePoint
7.3
Samepage
6.2
Surveys
MS SharePoint
7.1
Samepage
6.0
Internal knowledgebase
MS SharePoint
7.6
Samepage
6.7
Integrates with GoToMeeting
MS SharePoint
6.8
Samepage
7.0
Integrates with Gmail and Google Hangouts
MS SharePoint
6.4
Samepage
7.0
Integrates with Outlook
MS SharePoint
8.5
Samepage
7.3

File Sharing & Management

MS SharePoint
7.9
Samepage
7.3
Versioning
MS SharePoint
8.3
Samepage
6.0
Video files
MS SharePoint
7.6
Samepage
6.7
Audio files
MS SharePoint
7.7
Samepage
6.2
Document collaboration
MS SharePoint
8.5
Samepage
8.3
Access control
MS SharePoint
8.3
Samepage
7.9
Advanced security features
MS SharePoint
7.8
Samepage
6.8
Integrates with Google Drive
MS SharePoint
7.0
Samepage
8.0
Device sync
MS SharePoint
8.0
Samepage
8.3

Pros

MS SharePoint

  • With MS Sharepoint you can share (in my case) projects, initiative trackers, with ID and the information I need to start my developing.
  • It offers cloud acaccessibility, so you do not need to maintain your documents on your hard drive.
  • It allows Office 365 integration, which for me is really great. Using MS Excel and MS Sharepoint.
Adriano Rosa | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

  • All communication is literally on one page, so you don't have to learn its navigation. Cuts the learning curve.
  • User interface is very simple. WYSIWYG.
  • The mobile app works well and I like how it syncs with the desktop version.
  • Just discovered the Dropbox sync. Very cool. Works way better than Dropbox at sharing files!
Lori Feldman | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

MS SharePoint

  • SharePoint sometimes has a challenge with the Share feature in Office 365. Traditional best practices are to govern collaboration with permissions groups and manage access at the group level. Share can sometimes undermine that by creating ad-hoc situations unintentionally.
  • SharePoint's success in many organizations is really a function of user adoption and training. It is such a large platform that it is often deployed without much governance or direction.
  • SharePoint's lists and libraries can leverage Excel services and like-kind tools, but the ability for a list to do math in the same way that Excel does is very limited. It still has a room for improvement in the business intelligence features of metadata management.
Chris Carpenter | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

  • It can feel hard at times to get a real big picture view of all the projects and pages happening at the same time. It is easy to drill down or zoom out on specific pages, but it doesn't feel like you're getting a sense of overview or moving pieces for multiple pages.
  • There is really no way to have subtasks within larger tasks, and that is sorely missing.
  • It can be quite difficult to get team members up and running - there is a bit of a learning curve and it's not extremely intuitive.
Dafna Laskin | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

MS SharePoint

MS SharePoint 9.5
Based on 21 answers
The only drawback is the price, it's quite costly to buy and requires Microsoft professionals to run at its peak capabilities. It works very well with large quantities of employees, has powerful search capabilities and a huge community. However it might not be a good fit for smaller companies who don't handle a large number of documents and employees and who don't exert high security requirements.
hrvoje katusic | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Usability

MS SharePoint

MS SharePoint 7.2
Based on 12 answers
SharePoint is easy to use for basic tasks. If you're trying to do something a bit more complicated, though, it can be difficult to figure it out on your own without going through a lot of trial and error. Most people will likely only be performing basic tasks, though, so I would rate the usability pretty high.
Kia Packard | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

MS SharePoint

MS SharePoint 5.0
Based on 6 answers
Support varies by tech and by vendor. I've used Microsoft's support channel and for the most part have been successful to get my questions answered. I've also used third party vendors and have gotten some answers resolved as well, though sometimes getting them on the phone is difficult. It all depends!
Chris John | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

Samepage 10.0
Based on 3 answers
We started using Samepage's free trial and hadn't used it enough by the time it was over. But they were very gracious in extending our trial and giving us extra Pages to use to be sure it met our needs. I love when software companies act like real people, care about our success and realize we are working off deadlines. We are now a paid user.
Lori Feldman | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

MS SharePoint

MS SharePoint 6.0
Based on 4 answers
Planning to the last detail would be advised. SharePoint is a very large application that takes a lot of finesse to get operational
Christopher Corbett | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

MS SharePoint

While SharePoint isn't as easy to use as Igloo or Squarespace, it comes bundled with Office 365 and drives the backend of those tools. I don't see SharePoint as a place people want to go and see stuff, but rather as a glue that supports all the other Office Products. If we get more in house expertise, then it could be a place that people manage work, but it's not used that way right now
Matthew Deakyne | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

Samepage stacks up very well against these other software programs, although it has its own advantages and disadvantages -- the grass is always greener on the other side. This software did what its main purpose was. It would have been great if it could be upgraded over a period of time with sharper graphics and better integration with mobile support.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

MS SharePoint

  • We moved from DocuShare to MS SharePoint and it's been proven very effective.
  • Using MS SharePoint has provided immediate access to documents to staff where in the past, they would have to wait for an admin staff to forward to them.
  • It has been a positive impact for our organization - our newer staff has really benefited from MS SharePoint.
Jessalyn Ka | TrustRadius Reviewer

Samepage

  • We were able to be more effective in organizing events and research meetings
  • Samepage allowed the collaboration of different researchers on writing scientific articles
  • The pages in Samepage were used as a collaborative draft to create the final report of our research
Marcelo de Vasconcellos | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

MS SharePoint

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Samepage

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

MS SharePoint
7.8
Samepage
7.4

Likelihood to Renew

MS SharePoint
9.5
Samepage

Usability

MS SharePoint
7.2
Samepage

Support Rating

MS SharePoint
5.0
Samepage
10.0

In-Person Training

MS SharePoint
4.5
Samepage

Online Training

MS SharePoint
6.4
Samepage

Implementation Rating

MS SharePoint
6.0
Samepage

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