If you want a product that can show you technologies in an easy to digest view and you want to understand to what extent each technology is being used, then Intricately is the only product that will help provide the level of context that you'll learn to love and after you've begun to use Intricately, you'll wonder how you survived without it.
I use Intricately for a quick, at a glance view of websites that I visit. My best sales prospecting occurs when I'm at home and not working. When I visit a website to read an article, or to download a game that I want to play then I have a habit of opening Intricately to have a quick, at a glance view of a website/company's technology stack.
I love how Intricately not only tells me what technologies a specific company is using, but it will also tell me what other websites are relevant to the one that I originally inquired about and it will break down the company's use of various technologies by the specific domain(s) and subdomain(s) that are actively and currently using them.
Knowing that a company is using Akamai and CloudFront for CDN doesn't really help me. But when I click on each, and I'm shown the same domains are using both of these technologies then I can reasonably assume they're using both and one is a backup while the other is the primary.
I'm also able to understand which vendor(s) of a specific technology is being used more than another vendor of a similar technology. Using the same example, if Akamai represents 20 domains and CloudFront only represents 5 domains then I I can assume they're spending more money with Akamai and because I know Akamai is generally more expensive than CloudFront then I can also assume they have a larger budget which is helps me give me an idea of what they can or cannot afford.
On top of all this, some times people test technologies but they aren't necessarily permanently using them. The last thing I want is to email a prospect because I was using a tool that only showed me what technologies they're using with no context of what domains or subdomains are using them.
If Google Cloud Platform (Hosting) represents 99 domains for a particular company with Instart Logic representing 1 domain called "test-prod.companyname.com" then I may want to consider telling the prospect at this company that I'm aware their testing Instart Logic and I'd like them to try our solution for a performance comparison. Assuming they're using Instart Logic would make me lose credibility if they're simply testing it for three weeks.