About 40% of user reported growing frustration with SharePoint during 2012.
Interact Intranet has introduced a new deal for SharePoint users who are unhappy with their existing intranet functionality.
The SharePoint Promise, which is available until the end of 2013, is supposed to provide an alternative for users that could better meet the fast changing environment of a business.
The promise includes a 25% rebate on existing CAL licenses and removal of all content over from SharePoint at no additional charge.
Interact Intranet, whose customers include Cross Country Trains, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics Aids Foundation and NSL Services Group, said if users don’t like Interact Intranet then all license costs will be refunded.
The release comes as organisations worldwide start to look at whether upgrading to SharePoint 2013 or 2010 is a sensible investment, with Gartner reporting a decline in the overall level of user satisfaction in SharePoint
Another 40% of users have also reported growing frustration with SharePoint during 2012.
Nigel Danson, CEO and founder of Interact, said Interact Intranet is a stress-free choice for organisations who want to communicate and collaborate more effectively.
"Many companies naturally look towards Microsoft SharePoint when searching for their new intranet, unaware of the huge investment in time and budget. Many SharePoint development projects become three times more expensive than the initial license cost and take years to be fully adopted," he explained.