|Tibbr (Tibco Software)
||Profiles, shares, conversational, microblogging and communities. Many connectors.Marketplace.
||Integration and Complementary Apps, Simplicity, Mobility and Analytics, available in both SaaS and on-premise versions.
||Collaborative writing rather poor, tag management, search, classification of information, and limitation of collaboration objects “out of the box”
||Activity feeds, community and individual pages, sharing and conversational functions …
||Integration and complementary Apps, user profile, badge management, scores and ranking (gamification), event management, double internal and external exchange network.
||Collaborative writing rather poor, co-publishing, ecosystem integrators and developers to develop further, available only in SaaS
||Content categorization, advanced keyword usage, search and navigation logic, and excellent content syndication capabilities
||Tag and category management, shareable “search”, rich document construction “storify”, KM orientation and ability to organize large volumes of content, recovery tools of the existing.
||Strong support necessary, need for reflection upstream (tags, categories …), limitation in the “objects of collaboration” (discussion, questions, etc.), available only in SaaS
||Sharing of activity flows, event sharing, question sharing, management of community types, voting function, widgetshop …
||Simplicity of use and user-friendliness, tagging logic (tags, groups, communities), easy sharing (bookmarking) using a desktop client and a bookmarket
||Limited capitalization (notes), no search in attachments or short linkage management to content, few changes in 2015, only available in SaaS
||Manage communities and their shared content (tags, status, documents, links, ideas, polls, images, sounds and videos) and instant messaging
||Auto-completion features, simple and intuitive interface, viewing of attached documents in Seemy (integrated viewer), ability to share audio messages
||No search in attachments, no wiki, no default statistics module (although several types of reports can be done via Google Analytics), only available in SaaS
||Business process management, Intranet creation, Like, wiki, document database, tasks, calendar, business workflows, ideas box … A marketplace of 70 applications.
||Social actions, flexibility / scalability of the platform, marketplace that diversifies.
||Need support to take full advantage of the flexibility of the tool, rather poor analytics function, ergonomic gaps, lack of basic social functions, available only in SaaS
||Digital Workplace (intranet and extranet), document management, CMS, community management.
||Wide functional coverage, high modularity (digital, web and documentary), SI integration, numerous connectors (Office, Lotus Notes …), available both in SaaS and on-premise version
||Functional complexity, requires support for the modeling of its CSR / Digital Workplace, few functional changes in 2015
||Wiki, business process, collaboration space and customizable collaborative writing pages, social functions (profile, microblogging, sharing …).
||Content creation part, flexibility of use – blueprint functions, integration with other tools (Atlassian), technical robustness, active community (more than 500 plugins), available in both SaaS and on-premise version
||Social aspect not sufficiently highlighted, requires settings to adapt to specific needs, need training
||Pages, discussions, blogs, documents, directory and profile sheets. Numerous modules (agora of ideas, questions / answers, video library, task management, social media engagement, etc.)
||Ergonomics, functional richness, Microsoft integrations (Office, Outlook, Sharepoint), SI with connectors, Streamonce module, process orientation, recommendations, available in both SaaS and on-premise version
||Accompaniment of the necessary change with coaching of animators, wiki module quite weak (non-structural pages by tree), price of license (several modules are paying)
|Bluekiwi ZEN (Atos)
||Profile, status sharing, recommendations engine (regarding both people, spaces, and content, community and conversation management, social CRM …
||Functional wealth, tag management (correction, deletion, suggested tag), profile management and strong integrations with social media (Linkedin), mobile application, Office and Outlook connectors, effective visualization (statistics …)
||Unable to react in the feed (a lack for a highly conversational platform), wiki / collaborative writing rather poor, few changes in 2014/2015, unclear strategy, only available in SaaS
||Simple social network (“Newsfeed” function), site for managing shared content, task management, SaaS document management (OneDrive), personal dashboard (Delve), numerous plugins …
||Wide functional coverage (content management, collaborative, portal and web), large community, connectors (ERP, CRM, portals …), very complete “Governance” and “Administration” aspects, framework of lists and webparts, good documentation , SaaS and on-premise version
||Obligation to use the Microsoft environment (servers , browsers, etc.), social functions not intuitive (duplication, confusion with Yammer, etc.), need for a strong functional and technical support
||Activities, blogs, wiki, forum, community management, GED function (based on FileNet) … Solution available in a dozen packages of collaborative offers, according to SaaS vs. on-premise model
||Recommendations of people and contents, functional richness, moderation functions of various contents, use of tags / taxonomies, related tools, available in both SaaS and on-premise version
||Relative rigidity of the HMI structure, complexity, no business collaboration templates, weak positioning on the “socialization of business processes”
||Collaborative platform with task management and file sharing.
||MarketPlace, IS connectivity, task management, integrated translation, available in both SaaS and on-premise version
||Collaborative writing rather poor, no question management, information classification, missing recommendation functions
||Communities, profiles, social dashboard, microblogging, groups, file management, notifications, interface localization etc. Open source tools.
||Ergonomic despite a fairly neutral design, complete social network, many supported standards (OpenID, Social Open, oAuth, FOAF, XFN, etc.), management of access rights, profile extensibility, available both in SaaS and on-line version. permitted
||Parameters necessary even for a basic use, very basic text editor, limitation of the search function in particular in the profiles, several plugins are not up to date
||Activity feed, enriched fully customizable profile, forum to manage discussions, ease of connection between members (messaging, @mention, status).Social extension of WordPress.
||Wealth of plugins – relies on the WordPress plugin library, inherits the simplicity of WordPress, good performance related to a solid and powerful technical base, available both in SaaS and on-premise version
||Several paid modules, incompatibility of some third-party modules, few really CSR-oriented topics, need for WordPress technical expertise
||Profile management, communities, communication and conversations. Social brick of the Salesforce1 platform
||Simplicity, connectivity with Salesforce, IS integration, mobile use
||Non-extensible solution, low content sharing, not enough generic, available only in SaaS
||Complete open source solution: wiki, blog, discussion spaces, polls, messaging, status, profiles and community groups, but also module of social CRM and statistical analysis …
||Comprehensive social network, ergonomics, high flexibility and UI adaptation, multiple uses (internal / external / social CRM), available in both SaaS and on-premise version
||Strong change support is needed, complex installation and setup
||Rich status (sharing of text, video, poll, question and answer, idea and any other object), activity flow (with love, badger, comment, share …).Integrated solution for Office 365
||Ergonomics, ease of implementation and experimentation, speed of sharing and conversational strength, rich base of apps
||No statistics module, customization limitations, no on-premise version