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It’s a basic and straightforward collaboration-oriented intranet with a wide range of potential workflows. They also offer a free plan for small groups.
Even in the free version, the Samepage platform is meant to be much more than an intranet. It can facilitate internal communication, of course, but also project management, running meetings, and online collaboration. Samepage fulfills these purposes by combining tools like a team chat, video conferencing, screen sharing, task management, file sharing, and real-time document collaboration.
One thing to note is that Samepage was acquired by Paylocity, an HCM and payroll software provider, in November 2020. Since the acquisition, Samepage are now focusing solely on US-based businesses.
On most plans, getting started with Samepage takes just a few minutes and it’s a self-service approach. For clients on Enterprise plans, custom-made integrations or functionalities are possible, which may alter the implementation time.
Samepage does have solid social intranet capabilities, but they focus mainly on providing a wide array of collaboration tools so that you can manage and engage employees in the same place that they use for daily tasks.
If the basic free plan isn’t enough, Samepage’s Standard plan is $7.50 per license (that’s one per user) per month. Their Pro plan, with the full administrative features, is $9 per license per month. They also offer special pricing ($6 per user/Mo) for educational institutions and NPOs. Their enterprise pricing is customized.