Node Reviews

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Rahul Dhangar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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This tool integrates very well into our system and CRM. It automatically updates information and it's searchable data. We have leveraged the tool well to drive success in key programs. It was easy to add it to our database to find target contacts & companies. Their support team is responsive and helpful.
  • Customer profile and sales analyst features provide relevant information for sales calls.
  • Node allows me to bring more vendors and more contacts in, allowing me to expand lists and connect with more accurate contacts.
  • Node's collaborative nature is very appreciated when they keep on asking for feedback for improvement.
  • Sometimes the "similarity" feature that Node shows for a particular company is off track.
  • Seems like company size may be inaccurate at times.
Node displays similar vendors and why they are similar which could be leveraged as a competitor as well as possible points of sales entry. It enables you to understand the customer, what technologies they are using, etc. which is very competitive intel. It becomes very easy if you are doing account-based marketing and if you are able to integrate into Salesforce.
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Adam Stern | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Node to implement a microservices architecture that runs every aspect of the product. From a user-facing API, to back-end processing services, to our serverless triggers.
  • Light-weight, fast implementations of tasks in a microservices framework.
  • Ample modules are available for extended functionality.
  • Open-source with large amounts of community support.
  • Very scalable for ever-increasing environments.
  • Performance bottlenecks need to be profiled and ameliorated.
  • The Asynchronous Programming Model has a learning curve which isn't always intuitive to entry-level coders.
  • Much more suited to the cloud, as opposed to bare-metal installations.
Node is very good at microservices. "Do one thing and do it well." It is easily Dockerized and scalable. For many products, Node can be used as a front-end API, as well as a back-end processor.
For extremely CPU-intensive tasks, like advanced machine learning, I'd recommend not to use Node.
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About Node

Node, headquartered in San Francisco, offers their market intelligence platform, providing access to correlative insights and "cloned" ideal customers built upon Node's database of companies and individuals, acted upon by AI.

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