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7 Ratings

DiscoverOrg

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Likelihood to Recommend

DiscoverOrg

DiscoverOrg is well suited for hunters that are prospecting Fortune 1000 companies and ones that need to be strategic about getting into a large organization. It well-suited to see the hierarchy and also to see what the target/prospects are interested in/initiative-wise to be able to speak to what may be a potential pain point for them. It's really great for getting the information you need about a company holistically with budgets/revenues/team sizes/employee counts/industries etc. The information it gathers is very accurate and precise for lead generation and prospecting. DiscoverOrg doesn't make as much sense for a sales team that is focusing on small accounts or startups or company sizes of less than 500 employees. Also, it actually isn't able to filter/find "Strategy" roles or "Corporate Development" roles as much. And it can't pull in lists based on "Previous Companies Worked At".
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Salesgenie

Salesgenie is great for business to consumer. If you are a financial adviser, insurance sales rep or solar sales, this is an ideal low-cost database that will help significantly. However, if you sell Business to Business, I would not recommend this product. It is not geared toward corporate structure and doesn't provide any value.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Prospecting

DiscoverOrg
7.9
Salesgenie
5.9
Advanced search
DiscoverOrg
8.1
Salesgenie
5.7
Identification of new leads
DiscoverOrg
7.5
Salesgenie
5.0
List quality
DiscoverOrg
7.8
Salesgenie
5.7
List upload/download
DiscoverOrg
7.8
Salesgenie
6.0
Ideal customer targeting
DiscoverOrg
7.9
Salesgenie
6.0
Load time/data access
DiscoverOrg
8.0
Salesgenie
7.0

Sales Intelligence Data Standards

DiscoverOrg
8.1
Salesgenie
5.0
Contact information
DiscoverOrg
7.9
Salesgenie
3.8
Company information
DiscoverOrg
8.2
Salesgenie
5.7
Industry information
DiscoverOrg
8.1
Salesgenie
5.7

Data Augmentation & Lead Qualification

DiscoverOrg
7.6
Salesgenie
5.7
Lead qualification process
DiscoverOrg
7.4
Salesgenie
6.1
Smart lists and recommendations
DiscoverOrg
7.2
Salesgenie
6.5
Salesforce integration
DiscoverOrg
8.2
Salesgenie
6.0
Company/business profiles
DiscoverOrg
8.0
Salesgenie
4.9
Alerts and reminders
DiscoverOrg
7.5
Salesgenie
3.2
Data hygiene
DiscoverOrg
7.5
Salesgenie
4.5
Automatic data refresh
DiscoverOrg
7.5
Salesgenie
6.1
Tags
DiscoverOrg
7.2
Salesgenie
6.8
Filters and segmentation
DiscoverOrg
8.1
Salesgenie
6.8

Sales Intelligence Email Features

DiscoverOrg
7.7
Salesgenie
7.5
Sales email templates
DiscoverOrg
7.8
Salesgenie
7.5
Append emails to records
DiscoverOrg
7.5
Salesgenie
7.5

Pros

DiscoverOrg

  • DiscoverOrg is very good at account and contacts information. Their detail information are very accurate and relevant. This is the strength of DiscoverOrg.
  • DiscoverOrg is great at providing direct phone numbers of your target contacts with ultimate accuracy, this is also a strength of DiscoverOrg.
  • DiscoverOrg dashboards and reports features are just amazing and very informative. This is also a strength of DiscoverOrg.
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Salesgenie

  • Lets me know the businesses that have yet to be touched by our company or any of the other companies we work with.
  • Provides the owner name, gender, phone number, and square footage.
  • The way you can organize the detail into multiple templates and print. Helps me when I contact the businesses or do more research later on.
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Cons

DiscoverOrg

  • DiscoverOrg leads are frequently inaccurate, and the party line that these leads are all being verified every 90 days is simply not accurate. Quite frequently, the leads are found to be very old data. On numerous occasions, the lead information would not have been accurate for several years (sometimes even more than 5 years old).
  • DiscoverOrg does frequently add more leads to their system, but the data quality is an issue with the new leads as well. Users are left wondering what data to trust. Trial and error gets old when you're trying to reach the right person at the right time with the right message, and the data you are trusting is not dependable!
  • DiscoverOrg has to compete with a plethora of other vendors that do the same thing, and they haven't demonstrated a truly significant differentiator that sets them apart from the competition.
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Salesgenie

  • Limited free trial
  • Expensive
  • Mainly for telephone
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Likelihood to Renew

DiscoverOrg

DiscoverOrg 7.0
Based on 2 answers
The tool is simply better than most other lead/company data repositories, and they are dedicated to keeping their data clean, even if they are far from accomplishing this task at present. The tool works, and it is relatively easy to use. Overall, DiscoverOrg provides the level of lead/contact, customer, and even industry level data the sales orgs have come to expect from this sort of tool in a format that is fairly easy to use. They do also provide support for sales teams looking to use the tool effectively, which is great!
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Salesgenie

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

DiscoverOrg

Hoovers was my go-to back in the day but have not used in a long time so can't speak to its efficacy. I remember when whoever wrote the company descriptions had a bit of sass and it always gave me a laugh. Hard to say the quality now given it has been years.ONESOURCE was pretty terrible in my opinion, outdated/inaccurate information made really dirty lists and I don't recall the system being all that useful.
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Salesgenie

DiscoverOrg was the best, it had an amazing organization structure that made it easy to find the right person. However, it was tremendously expensive. ZoomInfo was the product we chose because it had the largest database and great tools for searching and Salesforce. It was also expensive but not as expensive as the former. ONESOURCE is now a D&B product. It was comparable to Salesgenie and had similar results. In a trial, we found few of our confirmed leads were found in ONESOURCE. Not worth the money on that one.
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Return on Investment

DiscoverOrg

  • We value our leads very heavily and having a prospecting tool to further generate more leads into prospect account has led this tool to having a high ROI
  • It took some time to finally implement and enable our staff, we could use better education and resources around that
  • It has allowed us to displace LinkedIn sales navigator and save us time in prospecting
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Salesgenie

  • Positive, I was able to generate about three more proposals a week
  • Positive nice organization to establish a call list
  • Nice structure, great way to target hot or cold leads. Great way to get your feet wet
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Pricing Details

DiscoverOrg

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Salesgenie

General

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

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