B2B SaaS Comparison Platforms
B2B SaaS Comparison Platforms are designed for buyers looking for additional information on a particular vendor and service. These sites help ease the complexities for buyers by providing a detailed breakdown as well as user reviews. Many of these sites provide Essential Technology such (Operations, Sales, Marketing, etc.) as well as Emerging Technology (Blockchain, Machine Learning, Edge Computing, etc.).
Below is a list of some of the more popular SaaS comparison sites on the market today:
GetApp is a Spain-based online platform that aims to provide businesses with the best fit software for their organization. Users can easily navigate the platform and compare various software as a service (SaaS) products using the platform’s interactive tools. It has listings of over 14,000+ software services and over 1.5 million monthly users. GetApp maintains a diverse category of software; such as Accounting Software, Work Order Software, CRM Software, Project Management Software. It provides detailed insights, authentic customer feedback, usability trends of each service to help each customer make a better buying decision.
G2 is an online tech marketplace that enables businesses to reach their full potential. The platform is built to cater to the needs of both buyers and sellers. Buyers can browse through the website, read original reviews from original users, and make an informed decision. Sellers can get their software listed on G2 which has millions of customers around the world. For sellers, some other features like Market Profile, Competitive Insight, Buyer Intention Information, and Creating Content are also available.
Capterra is a free to use software review platform. Based in Canada, it provides businesses with accurate facts about each software. It connects industries and provides insights about software user cases among various organizations in the world. Currently, Capterra provides 800+ software categories from which users can shortlist software that best suits their needs.
TrustRadius is a software feedback platform that connects buyers and vendors on the basis of authenticity. TrustRadius envisions that every business decision should be based on truth. That is why it does not provide the facility of paid advertisements or product placement for vendors and all information is freely accessible. The platform provides unbiased and detailed reviews of software that come from first-hand users. The vendors can also take advantage of this feature to scale up if they provide good quality software and maintain a good brand image.
FinancesOnline is a free-to-use software discovery platform for businesses. It provides millions of users with the best B2B and SaaS solutions available in the market. Users search for relevant software then compare various options and at last choose the optimal solution. It maintains a Research Center which gathers the latest trends on customer insights thereby giving a competitive advantage to organizations that use FinancesOnline. All software’s are ranked according to a unique SmartScore System that enables users to know about the reputation of software at first glance.
Clutch is a platform for organizations that are looking for B2B solutions. It lists firms providing services related to Development, Design, Marketing, Advertising, Business Services, and IT services. The team behind Clutch interviews clients, collect useful data for developing market insight. Each firm is ranked according to a Leaders Matrix based on the data collected by Clutch. Users first browse various company directories, then they apply the filter of required criteria, then they go through detailed reviews about a particular firm and then they shortlist their intended pick.
Crozdesk is an online free-to-use software review platform that aims to ease the software buying process for organizations. By using AI models and machine learning algorithms it provides software recommendations free from any biasness. The platform has 300+ categories of software’s for businesses as well as 200+ software buying guides that cover almost all aspects of the business. For each software service, there are user reviews, analyst reports, and awards.
By Gary Bernstein
Gary has written for several publications over the last 20 years with his primary focus on technology. He has contributed to sites such as Forbes, Mashable, TechCrunch and several others.