10+ MS SharePoint Alternatives and Competitors
MS SharePoint is an advanced Content Management Software or CMS platform from the Microsoft Corporation established in 2001. Aside from its CMS capabilities, it also features business intelligence and enterprise social networking. With years of experience under its belt, MS SharePoint is one of the go-to platforms for most users that are looking for a CMS platform. In fact, the app has over 190 million active users, making it one of the most used CMS apps in the industry. On top of that, it is also earning a yearly revenue of $16 million with over 1,900 online reviews, MS SharePoint only has a little over 191 employees.
The success of MS SharePoint is thanks to its leader and CEO, Ragav Jagannathan. And, from its 191 employees, there is one that also stands out. That person is Vlad Catrinescu as the Microsoft MVP. Although already a top notch software, MS SharePoint does have a handful of competitors. These are WordPress, Squarespace, Sitecore, Drupal, HubSpot CMS, Magento, SilverStripe, Joomla, Wix, and Umbraco. If you are looking for a CMS app, these are the ones that you should look at first. Get to know each in-depth when you scroll through this page.
|Logo||Name Sort||Rating Sort||CEO||Pricing Sort||Founded Sort||Revenue Sort||Employees Sort||Location Sort||Reviews Sort||Customers Sort|
|WordPress||Matt Mullenweg||$2.63||2003|| $132 M|| 1,149+||California|| 1897+ Reviews|| 400M +|
|Squarespace||Anthony Casalena||$16||2003|| $300 M|| 5,000+|| Maryland|| 1777+ Reviews|| 46.6K +|
|Sitecore||Mark Frost||N/A||2001|| $227 M|| 1,235+|| Denmark|| 1787+ Reviews|| 193.5K +|
|Drupal||Dries Buytaert||N/A||2009|| $5 M|| 800+|| Belgium|| 1878+ Reviews|| 572.6K +|
|Hubspot CMS||Brian Halligan||$210||2006|| $817.1 M|| 3,387+||Cambridge|| 1999+ Reviews|| 12K +|
|Magento||Mark Lavelle||N/A||2007|| $150 M|| 812+|| Campbell|| 1888+ Reviews|| 250K +|
|SilverStripe||Sam Minnee||$300||2000|| $2 M|| 200+|| New Zealand|| 1878+ Reviews|| 31.7K +|
|Joomla||Antonie de Wilde||N/A||2005|| $13.5 M|| 132+||New York|| 1898+ Reviews|| 25K +|
|Wix||Avishai Abrahami||N/A||2006|| $1 B|| 3,000+||Tel Aviv|| 1989+ Reviews|| 180M +|
|Umbraco||Niels Hartvig||N/A||2005|| $4.4 M|| 200+|| Denmark|| 1897+ Reviews|| 22.8K +|
|Vlad Catrinescu||Microsoft MVP||https://ca.linkedin.com/in/vladcatrinescu|
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For all interested customers of MS SharePoint, the application offers you with three (3) subscription based plans. These are: the SharePoint Online Plan 1 ($5/month), the SharePoint Online Plan 2 ($10/month), and the Office 365 E3 Plan ($20/month). All plans have a one year contract.
Yes, it does. The MS SharePoint mobile app is available on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. This provides users the convenience of accessing the app’s system for live updates of their content wherever they are and at any time.
Unfortunately, MS SharePoint is not a free software to use. However, it does provide a free trial for all interested customers. The free trial period lasts for 30 days, and it also offers users with 25 licenses.
Yes, it does. However, you can only get MS SharePoint on the Microsoft 365 suite if you subscribe to its Office 365 E3 plan. Another way to have it on the 365 suite is if you subscribe to one of the Microsoft 365 plans, such as the Business Basic plan ($5/user/month), the Business Standard plan ($12.50/user/month), and the Business Premium plan ($20/user/month).