Ryan Troll
Ryan TrollCofounder @ ProductMaven

What's the best way to keep track of all the SaaS tools that my organization is using?

I've always used a combination of google sheets and LastPass to keep tabs on what SaaS we are using across our company. This helps to avoid duplicate accounts, manage cloud costs, speed up onboarding, etc. I imagine there are better solutions out there for this resource management need?
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    Airtable 2.0

    Beyond the spreadsheet

    Sounds like a job for Airtable?
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    • Seeing how Airtable has progressed since it first launched is quite impressive. My only qualm with the application is the level of effort one has to put in to get a project setup. After spending a couple hours trying to set something up I ended up giving up and setting up someting in sheets using formulas in 30 minutes.

    • Mina Zivkovic
      Mina ZivkovicBrand & Content Marketing, Canvas

      I have just started using it, so I'm still getting proficient at it. So far, I'm in love. I had been digging for a tool to help me with content management and strategy, and I couldn't be happier with what Airtable lets me do.

  2. Nivas Ravichandran
    Nivas Ravichandran3Product Marketing - Freshsales CRM · Written
    You should check out Blissfully. Blissfully automates SaaS tracking, savings, and security.
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    Share your stack, see what other companies are using

    Pawel Janiak
    Pawel JaniakI love making tools · Written
    This is probably a good idea if you don't mind the world knowing what stack your team uses.
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    Invest in startups online

    Saul Fleischman
    Saul Fleischman3RiteKit Founder & CEO · Written
    Nearly anything is taggable as one of the tools/techs you use, and you can opt to share/hide your stack.