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a year ago

We use Gusto. It works for our needs and is extremely reasonable.

We’ve explored switching to Rippling multiple times, but it was 3x more expensive and we felt that although they a more products than…

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My company has purchased multiple data analytics tools which over time we've decided no longer works for our use-case. We are looking for a way to get at least something for the remaining couple of…

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We've had several issues with Databricks including an issue with the way they configured our connection with our AWS instance. This cost us several thousand of dollars over the more than three months…

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All the tools everyone mentioned are great, but I think one very underrated part of any finance stack is a contract/ SaaS spend visualization tool. It's difficult to see how much you're spending for…

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Purchasing software can be a headache.
Is it the biggest point of friction when purchasing software the back-and-forth negotiation, signing the contract, paying for the software, integrating the…

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a year ago

I use Wealthfont for a high-level overview of my finances and Mint for a more detailed view. I find that Mint and other similar apps sometimes miscategorize transactions which make it difficult to…

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Our company is looking to build a sales funnel to drive outbound sales.

Today, we use Salesforce for our CRM, but we are looking to set up tools that can help us generate leads, creates a campaign…

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AskNicely is a a tool designed for NPS surveys. We’ve been using it for several months now and are very happy with it.

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We are looking at DeveloperHub

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My company is looking to switch platforms for our customer-facing documentation of our SDK. We currently use a mix of Confluence and isolated PDF's, but we are looking for something a little more…

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As my job has gone remote at least temporarily like probably like most of us in this community, I've found myself relying on software more than ever.

Genuity (one of the best finds of 2020 for sure)…

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