Inex One vs. Prosapient

Expert networks are a popular tool to get critical business insights. But how do you choose which expert network is best for you?

Speaking with more than 400 users, we identified that the top decision points are the number and quality of experts, total cost of the service, administrative ease, and compliance features.

Below, you can compare Inex One with Prosapient. You’ll see how the two platforms stack up across all relevant metrics.

An overview of Inex One and Prosapient

Inex One is the reliable alternative to Prosapient.

Inex One is technology firm founded in 2018. The platform aggregates more than 30 expert networks and survey vendors in one place. As an unbiased platform, Inex One enables clients to cast a wide net, access unique experts, and get the best price in the market. Seeing rapid adoption, more than 400 organizations use Inex One as of early 2023.

Prosapient logo

Prosapient is an expert network founded in 2017. It operates a standard expert network model primarily in Europe. Because of cultural issues, it has had immense turnover (~70% per year), including among founders and C-suite. Prosapient had 100+ clients in 2021. It previously offered an "aggregator" (similar to Inex One), but shelved the project in 2022.

Compare pricing and features: Inex One vs Prosapient


Inex One



Payment model



Average cost per interview


$1,100/h *


Number of experts

3.5 million

not disclosed

Custom-recruited experts

Specialized expert recruiters



Platform to review experts

Phone and video call options

Team collaboration features

Free call recordings and transcripts

Library of all your past calls and transcripts


One platform to access multiple networks


Platform chat with vendors


Survey platform

Offers surveys

Competitive survey bids from multiple vendors


Efficient collaboration platform for surveys


Search across all your past survey projects

Compliance technology

Compliance team dashboard

Monitor ongoing expert calls

Set custom compliance rules, flags and controls

Best-practice compliance policies embedded

* Prosapient obscures its true pricing by charging for “credits”. While the price per credit may be lower, Prosapient routinely charges multiple credits per expert call. This makes the true price higher. For comparison, Inex One’s prices are only quoted in the currency of your choice (USD, EUR, GBP etc.), with median historic prices being $1,050/h. See our explainer on expert network pricing here.

Competitive data on this page was collected as of March 2023 and is subject to change or update. This page is updated from time to time to reflect any material changes.

What users say

We are proud of having satisfied customers in every client segment.

Public markets

Inex One allows us to efficiently access an expansive network of experts, streamlining our research and due diligence process. Most importantly, they put their customers first with transparent, pay-per-use pricing, a rare concept in the expert network industry.


Tom Bachrach

Principal at PFH Capital

Strategy Consulting

Inex One's expert networks are really fast at providing relevant experts. Also, the platform feels very modern vs. more old-school communication styles like using e-mails or calling people.


Nora Suthoff

Senior Manager Consultant M&A at Deloitte

Private Equity

Being able to work with multiple networks in one platform is great - we save a ton of time. Inex One is now our only expert network provider. We don't need anything else.


Benoît Jacob

Investor at DN Capital

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