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Likelihood to Recommend

Intricately

Intricately works great for seeing if a company's site and/or app is hosted on Amazon Web Services. This is our target market so, this helps confirm we are using our time wisely when sourcing companies. Intricately still has some areas to grow in short cut views vs pulling up the entire view.
DJ Kline | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mozenda

To date, we've had a lot of success collecting the information we require with Mozenda. I haven't encountered a specific example where Mozenda isn't a good fit. In fact, it was using another builder that had some pretty significant limitations that sent me looking for something like Mozenda. While Mozenda is several times more expensive than the previous tool, the return on our investment was almost immediate (less than one month). Definitely worth it!
Aaron Pace | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Intricately

  • Giving you CDN vendors
  • Giving the Alexa ranking
  • Gives you information on SaaS platforms and video platforms
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mozenda

  • Action Items. Mozenda is broken down into a series of actions that can be performed on a page. Some actions take you to other pages. The action list, while short, provides a comprehensive set of tools for scraping just about any website (I haven't met one where it didn't work yet).
  • Error Handling. I've used some scraping tools that have virtually no error handling. Mozenda has great error handling; the software almost always pinpoints the exact action where the agent failed and why.
  • Speed. Mozenda is very fast at obtaining results. Other "bot" software can be slow and cumbersome but Mozenda plows through pages rapidly and accurately aggregates information.
  • XPath compatibility. One of the most powerful features of Mozenda is the integrated ability to use XPaths to get at the exact bits of information we're after on a particular website. Access to visible information is only limited by imagination.
Aaron Pace | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Intricately

  • It doesn't always seem to be accurate with hosting readings.
  • Not the best shortcut views when compared to other solutions.
  • Searching and list building still has room for growth.
DJ Kline | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mozenda

  • Page Credits. It's hard to determine exactly how many page credits will be used in a scraping action. You can end up using a lot more page credits than you bargain for unless you really know what you're doing. Page credits are the lifeblood of the SaaS.
  • Software Intelligence. This is a pro and a con. The software has built-in intelligence that tries to understand what the agent writer intends. Sometimes this results in new columns being added to the results when the results should be fit into existing results columns.
  • Testing Bugs. You can test an agent in the Agent Builder, but it is kind of buggy. There are times when it hangs and then the only way to get out of it is to open Task Manager and end the task.
  • Windows Only. Enough said.
Aaron Pace | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Intricately

Intricately stacks up pretty close to DiscoverOrg. Though DiscoverOrg is a lot more detailed on company information pertaining to changes in the organization and services used, Intricately gives a quick snapshot of company information available right at the point of presence to any website. It allows for quicker conversation whereas DiscoverOrg has a lengthier approach to finding company information.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mozenda

I'm only personally experienced with UBot Studio and Scrapy. UBot Studio isn't a bad application, though it has quite a large number of bugs when compared to Mozenda. UBot touts itself as low-code, but requires a significant understanding of programming logic to use the program effectively. Using UBot, we were able to get virtually all the results we wanted, but at a much higher labor cost than Mozenda. During initial implementation of UBot, it took me a full week to develop a particularly complicated agent. Using Mozenda, I was able to recreate the same agent in 4 hours. The ROI has been remarkable, and Mozenda really is a low-code platform.
Aaron Pace | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Intricately

  • Saving time on confirming we are spending our sourcing in the right areas (hosting provider).
  • Saving time in getting to our target market quicker.
  • It isn't 100% accurate, but the majority of the time it is accurate.
DJ Kline | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mozenda

  • Costly. My only complaint was the initial price tag associated with Mozenda. It was expensive. However, we quickly learned that it was worth the money. The development team behind Mozenda has really done a thorough job of creating a fast, easy-to-use platform.
  • Speed to Market. Getting and curating the information we need is what pays the bills. Mozenda makes that happen as a tool that reduced agent development time from days to hours.
  • Low Code. One very positive aspect of Mozenda is the low code functionality. There are a lot of sites that can be scraped with simple point-and-click actions. That means we can train users who aren't coders to write good agents with very little support from our developers.
Aaron Pace | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Intricately

General

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

Mozenda

General

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

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