Frequently Asked Questions:
How often can I use the Intel Engine?
Your membership starts now and you have unlimited access to the Engine.
Who do I contact if I need help?
Email [email protected] or you can call us at 612-655-3397.
Is the Intel Engine a Proprietary Database?
No, the Intel Engine is NOT a database. It is, however, a HUGE time saver. The Intel Engine makes finding business and sales information that is already online much easier. You could use a search engine like Google combined with other Websites to find the information that the Intel Engine delivers. However, you would need to know how to craft complex mathematical Boolean equations and/or know the correct Websites to even visit. You could spend minutes - or more likely hours - trying to find information on your own, or, you could use the Sales Intel Engine and find the right information in just seconds.
Don't the Advanced Search features in a search engine offer the same functionality as the Intel Engine?
Yes and no. The Advanced features offered with some search engines do allow you to find information without having to know Boolean. However, you would still need to know what information to enter to find specific results like company financials, attendee lists, employee directories, etc. With the Intel Engine, you theoretically will save hours trying to locate information -- time that you can now spend making sales calls and providing value to existing clients/customers.
Will the Intel Engine find all of the information that I need?
Just like any search engine, the Intel Engine will only deliver results if the information has been posted online by others. It's important to remember that in today's high-tech world, there is a still a great deal of information that is not posted online. However, if it is online, the Intel Engine will help you find it and most important, it will help you find it in seconds.
How do I know that the results found using the Intel Engine are accurate?
With any online search, there is no guarantee that the information is accurate or current. However, the Intel Engine has built-in-logic that runs in the background and it attempts to filter out results from non-reputable sources.