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6sense

6sense is well suited in areas such as creating a campaign for our site. For example, "grill season". It makes it easy to create a campaign to advertise all our grills, best selling [grills] and create certain price updates/categories. It is not as useful on the product campaign, coupon and sales level, but still more useful than platforms we have used in the past.
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DataFox

I would definitely recommend DataFox to any sales team that wants their prospecting to be improved. If a company has trouble finding companies that fit their customer segments, then DataFox can probably solve that issue. I took 2 points off and gave an 8/10 because of the inaccuracy that is sometimes encountered in the lists generated and in the employee count.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Data Augmentation & Lead Qualification

6sense
DataFox
8.0
Salesforce integration
6sense
DataFox
8.0

Pros

  • Quality data
  • Timing for updates
  • Excellent support
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  • Datafox has accurate data when it pertains to non-enterprise companies. We've found employee size and revenue to be in very respectable ranges of accuracy.
  • The UI is extremely intuitive and simple to use across all departments--even for a first time user like myself. The key to any platform is the simplicity of use and how users are able to flow effortlessly across their process.
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Cons

  • Some of the terms used are a learning process for our team, but the site is easy to navigate.
  • Although the site is easier to navigate, it has a lot of facets that take time to learn where elements are saved.
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  • There is a significant price barrier with this product for many businesses and proving the use case/value will be a substantial difficulty for smaller departments. I do not know the exact figure nor was I the decision maker, but I was told the smallest deployment was around $10K/year.
  • Improved/integrating more analytic features is possible & would greatly add value to many use cases.
  • It provides a lot of high-level information on the vendor, but can expand this with RSS for news updates, better job enabling a comparison to similar competitive products, etc. It might seem like a 'well, duh' in much of the information but little things highlighting discrepancies in comparison to similar companies & where executives came from prior to their role (in a lot of these situations, they likely have the info stored but not the bandwidth/processes for that to be applied when moved to a new company).
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Alternatives Considered

Oracle is not user-friendly. It is outdated and confusing, also makes it hard to enter in and out of certain tabs/areas within the platform. 6sense is more in-depth and has more functional abilities compared to Salesforce.
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Datafox is incredibly easy to use and set up. This is extremely vital when you launch it to sales and SDR teams that care less about learning a new platform and want to start getting value out of something ASAP. It may have some gaps when it comes to contact and international data, but the CSM team has been very helpful in assisting us with our specific needs. They also host a great sales-ops specific meet up.
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Return on Investment

  • It is easier to monitor our ROI on certain campaigns, departments, subclasses, within our sites.
  • We have less issues with launching campaigns correctly and the site crashing on us while processing and developing these campaigns.
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  • I don't have hard ROI numbers for it, but say the use case was using DataFox vs. googling everything yourself: I estimate that the average user would need to spend 1-2 hours assembling data points from: LinkedIn, company webpage/investor relations, press releases, etc & would likely only come up with 50-75% of the content available on DataFox that could have been on your page immediately in searching the company name.
  • Take my example from above and keeping in mind the related keywords/specialties point I mentioned earlier (DataFox highlighting similar companies). I've been on projects where we: took a company/keywords we liked --> exported from DataFox 15-20+ columns of information on 400+ companies that we could then filter down manually or use filter options based on results that DataFox gave us. This process without DataFox is heartbreaking to think of - what me & a team of 4 others did in a week (~200 hours) to reach a clean C-level caliber report would have taken someone without DataFox easily 500+ hours & there is no telling that this individual would have been able to find all the companies that DataFox led us to.
  • Best ROI is analyst time spend
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Pricing Details

6sense

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

DataFox

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details
Subscription pricing. Please contact DataFox for additional information.