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Michael Soliman.
Real User
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Oct 28 2018

What is most valuable?

The metadata services, the WCF service integration and the Voxel feature are three most valuable elements of this solution. The Voxel feature, for obvious reasons, because you want to… more»

How has it helped my organization?

So if you want to have something like a business, or if you want to have something like a product catalog and you are selling something like Amazon, you want to uniquely identify your… more»

What needs improvement?

I would be liking to see the talk features included in SharePoint because Microsoft effectively discontinued this talk and put something like logic apps but only for Azure, and most… more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

The cost is expensive, but worthwhile.
Toby Ward
Consultant
CEO at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Apr 08 2019

What do you think of SharePoint?

SharePoint 2019 was unveiled recently, with great fanfare and buzz amongst those inside or close to the Microsoft community. But to most average users and administrators without insider caché, the new release – three years in the making – was met with little more than a nod. And very few have indicated they will rush to implement. Though those with Office 365 automatically have the latest features in SharePoint Online. SharePoint’s greatest strength is it’s an all-in-one approach – it’s a portal, a content management system, a search engine, a social collaboration platform, a web development platform, and so much more. Its greatest weakness is that it’s an all-in-one solution – everything and the kitchen sink; a jack-of-all-trades, a master of none. Some argue that SharePoint is a “mile…
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Monique Every
Real User
Technical Writer at a tech company with 501-1,000 employees
Jan 30 2018

What is most valuable?

SharePoint's document management and workflow features have proven to be the valuable. We have been able to implement a… more»

How has it helped my organization?

SharePoint has streamlined our documentation management process by allowing us to automate several functions. The version… more»

What needs improvement?

I find the search feature in SharePoint foundation to be limited to the basic document properties. This is at odds to the… more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

I’m not able to offer an informed opinion about pricing, but if you are looking for a robust document management system… more»

If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?

As already mentioned, our previous documentation solution was manual, using a folder structure accessible through Windows… more»

What other advice do I have?

Our implementation could have been improved by a more detailed implementation plan that mapped out the exact use of each… more»
Toby Ward
Consultant
CEO at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Dec 28 2018

What do you think of SharePoint?

SharePoint is appreciated for its simplicity of use out-of-the-box, though derided for problems (and the expenses) customizing the user experience (design, navigation and information architecture). SharePoint is replete with functionality and applications, and is the most comprehensive intranet development platform on the market. It is, unfortunately, expensive, and most of the feature set that we use, and that our clients use, fall short of expectations, and often below best-of-breed. SharePoint isn’t a niche product that is supposed to be superb at web content management, or social networking; it’s a broad solution, one that has something for everybody; a solution that can please some, but not all. SharePoint’s greatest strength is that it’s an all-in-one solution – it’s a portal, a…
Anonymous User
Real User
System Manager at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
Aug 06 2018

What is most valuable?

It's stable. It's very widely used by companies. Also, the knowledge of the product has improved over the years, and by other companies that… more»

How has it helped my organization?

It manages processes. I personally think a very strong point is that we use it in combination with OneDrive. Now that we have been handed the GDPR… more»

What needs improvement?

We are mainly using third-party tools for it, at the moment, for automating processes. In the new version, for 2019, I know that some of the… more»

If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?

The switch was handed to our default supplier of software, in this case, Microsoft. The whole platform we used was based on Microsoft. It's not a… more»

What other advice do I have?

My advice would depend on the use case. SharePoint, for us, is the most suitable because we use mainly Microsoft products. So for us, it's the way… more»
Toby Ward
Consultant
CEO at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Jan 30 2019

What do you think of SharePoint?

SharePoint has conquered the enterprise intranet. Although the conquest is never as bloody nor expensive as more invasive conquests, such as the Mongols under Genghis Khan, intranet citizens are not always thrilled by the new system and structure under Gates Khan. SharePoint is present in 80% of the Fortune 100; and plays a prominent intranet role in about 70% of knowledge worker intranets (either powering the main intranet portal, or delivering associated collaboration sites and/or document repositories). This in spite of its history. SharePoint 2007 was a dog; SharePoint 2010 was a dressed-up dog; but SharePoint 2013 represents a leap forward, and SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 represent considerable improvement into a a very usable, complex digital workplace solution. SharePoint…
Anonymous User
Real User
Director at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
Apr 07 2019

What is most valuable?

The workflow feature is valuable because it enables us to cascade responsibilities. It cyclically keeps tabs on work and… more»

How has it helped my organization?

Now that this system has been put in place, we have email integration and a lot of work which we were doing manually is… more»

What needs improvement?

There is always room for improvement. Workflow is something that can become more intelligent. I can't say to what extent… more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

The pricing works for us.

If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?

We did not have a previous solution, other than mail-messaging and Excel.

What other advice do I have?

Workflow is helpful in the allocation of tasks in any close-knit teams, teams which are not sized beyond 20 to 25 at the… more»
Anonymous User
Real User
Technology Manager - Applications at a local government with 501-1,000 employees
Jul 27 2017

What is most valuable?

It has an easy to distribute administration capability, and can also scale to meet a large number of future needs. It also… more»

How has it helped my organization?

We mainly use this product for our intranet and capital projects team. It has allowed each business unit the ability to… more»

What needs improvement?

As usual, Microsoft’s licensing structures don’t really seem to fit the needs of their products. This leads to always… more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

Really take your time in planning the needs you are trying to meet. The licensing is very difficult to get right, and not… more»

If you previously used a different solution, which one did you use and why did you switch?

We did not have a similar solution in place. Our intranet was previously an added product to our hosted CMS. And for… more»

What other advice do I have?

Invest a lot of time and energy in the planning for your needs. You will find that infrastructure needs are imperative to… more»
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What is SharePoint?

SharePoint is a Microsoft-based platform for building web applications. It covers a widerange of capabilities and while it is appropriate for experienced webdevelopers, even non-technical minded users can easily navigate through thesystem and execute functions such as collaborating data, managing documents andfiles, creating websites, managing social networking solutions, and automatingworkflow.

Major areas that SharePoint deals with are websites,communities, content, search, insights, and composites. The purpose is to give usersthe ability to create or develop these key business components on their owneven without technical knowledge of, for example, how to build a website or howto integrate coding. Configuring SharePoint into a business's system is meantto cut out all of the complicated steps, and pave the way for easierimplementation all around.

Also known as
SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010
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Toyota, Aeroports de Paris, ASBBank Ltd., Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals, CambridgeshireConstabulary, D&M Group, NPL Construction Company, and The Regional Municipality of Niagara.

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