Lisa DziubaMarketing lead Abstract, Flawless

What is the best tool to keep track of a startup's KPIs?

We use Google Sheets for managing our KPIs, but it's very manual way. What tools do you use for keeping track of Burn Rate, Monthly Revenue Rate, Customer Acquisition Costs, etc.?
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  1. Danielle CadhitCo-Founder, CEO @CostCanvas · Written
    Within a click, you can get insights from your payment providers to visualize and see these revenue and growth KPIs / metrics.
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    The World's #1 Product Roadmap Software

    Timothy GrahamDirector Digital Strategy & Innovation · Written
    Not sure if they have financial insights but pretty good for other tracking and KPI of your product.
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    Periscope Data Cache

    150X faster data analysis

    Mike CoutermarshEngineer @ PlanetScale · Written
    At PH we use Periscope. We have it hooked up to our postgres & redshift databases. So we'll write queries to generate dashboards. It's really nice because you can join between databases and pull different types of data. I do wish I didn't have to write so much SQL to generate charts. But it gives you the most control / able to get exactly what we want.
  4. It depends which KPIs you want to track. E.g. to track KPIs of our tech team, we use reports in Jira, they're quite comprehensive.
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    Recurring revenue analytics for Stripe, Braintree, Recurly

    If your company is a SaaS.
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    The HR platform for companies serious about growth.

    ThanasisUI/UX @EU_Commission · Written
    All in one tool that also has KPIs management
  7. Putler is a wholesome reporting tool for a startup. It lets you manage all your data sources (payment gateways + shopping cart system + Google Analytics) in a single tool. Within a single click, you get all important aspects of your business - MRR, ARR, Customer LTV and tons more.