Lisa DziubaMaker & PMM. Built & Sold my startup 🦄

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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    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.
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    JIRA Software
    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

    Eithiriel DeMeréHead of Community @ Source.Network · Written
    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
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    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.