What SaaS products does your small business or start up use that you couldn't live without?

My company uses Mailchimp, Google Analytics, and a few others. I'm curious what other companies are using to make their lives easier.
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  1. 86

    Be less busy. Real-time messaging, archiving & search.

    Slack is a team communication tool, which will also allow to integrate Services We Already Use.
    Jakub Rogalski34Community Manager at Brand24 · Edited
    We can't imagine our internal communication without Slack. On top of that, we use the tools like https://trello.com for task management, https://heapanalytics.com, https://www.hotjar.com/, and Google Analytics for different sorts of analyses, https://stripe.com/ and https://recurly.com/ for managing payments, and we also use our very own https://brand24.com for media monitoring.
  2. 54

    Organize anything, together

    Naman BhutaniSales Specialist · Written
    I've been using Trello for almost 2 years now, I never had to micro-manage things manually. Trello does it all for me. It's an amazing project management tool which also lets me integrate with a lot of other services like Slack, etc to automate a lot of stuff and make it more useful, everyday. Hope it helps. :)
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    Marcus GoslingVP Product, Long-Term Stock Exchange · Written
    Just the right amount of features.
    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    Trello is absolutely a must-have. We use it extensively at Freshworks and cannot imagine a life without it.
  3. 53

    Payment integration and management.

    Rishi AthanikarProduct Manager. Cofounder of Beander. · Written
    Perhaps the best SaaS product out there for accepting payments (and so much more)
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    James VillarrubiaCo-Founder of Mt. Cleverest · Written
    Solid API. Solid performance. Connects to everything. Libraries are free and easy.
    KévinLooking for meaningful things . · Written
    Must have
  4. Ilya Azovtsev4Help sales team close more in less time · Written
    Even better than Hunter, covers our needs :)
    good hunt
    Very helpful, thanks
  5. KévinLooking for meaningful things . · Written
    Automation on social networks
    Best for social media automation.
    Pooya CharmaraiSockSeed Co-founder · Written
    We use it for our social media, fully recommended!
  6. 39

    The project management tool that grows with you

    Zenkit is my go-to project management tool. I´ve been using it with my team for half a year now and it´s really affected our business in a great way. I can recommend it to anyone!!
  7. Just started using Lumen5, Free (Beta) and simple tool to convert the blog text into video.
    This is tremendously easy to use, and it does a pretty good job of automatically selecting photos and videos.
    Arthurandroid developer · Written
    This app doesn't get the love it deserves. It's quite sophisticated and easy to use.
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    The task management tool, completely redesigned

    Brent J. LiberatoreDirector of Information Technology · Written
    Tried both Asana and Trello. Asana fit our needs better at the time, but both are fantastic project tracking services.
    Carlo NicoraCEO, phlow zone · Written
    Super flexible task management that can help in product development as well. Also, you can start with the free version, which makes it super interesting for startups!
  9. Mike CuestaCo-founder @ CareCloud · Written
    This should be the hub for your company's communications, document management and productivity.
    Amy AhrensOwner, Copy by Amy · Written
    As a freelance writer, I couldn't live without Google Drive and Docs for sharing drafts w/ clients for easy real time editing and feedback.
  10. Gal DubinskiCo-Founder at Poptin · Written
    Intercom will help you manage communication with your clients
    Veronica BelmontDestroyer of Worlds (and PM at Disco) · Written
    This has been an absolute game changer for us!
  11. 12
    Drift 2.0

    A scalable way to talk to your customers

    Drift is a messaging app (Live chat) that lets you talk to people on your website.
    Lucas HansonI like to make stuff · Written
    Yeah, love Drift. I'm a one person support team, so Drift is free for me, which is about all I need.
  12. Nick BerryChief Hustler · Written
    Can do 100% of my outbound calling, emails and marketing from one place.
  13. 9

    Boost Engagement With Smart Push Notifications.

    AskarChief Everything Officer, ARSHtec · Written
    Great tool to integrate push notifications that are kind of smartly delivered.
    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    OneSignal is a great tool for push notifications! And, did you know that they're free for a lifetime for any number of subscribers? Mind it, they collect your data though.
  14. 9

    Simple BI dashboards for small and medium businesses

    Rob SkidmoreHuman in beta. Software at Grow.com · Written
    Just what is says in the tagline, BI without the overhead and exorbitant cost. An easy way to track everything that's going on in your business. I'm a little biased because I work there now. But I know people who used it and my previous company had looked into using it before I left. :-)
    Joshua Dance3Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker · Written
    Knowing what the most important numbers are, and where they are headed, is super valuable for a Saas company.
  15. Derek J. SineManaging Director, Vander Group. · Written
    Keepin' it real here. We live and die by Google's Suite. However, we're constantly trying to refine our workflows and keep it lean without taking on too much technical/workflow debt. We focus more on organizational maturity through ideologies and delivery models and the tools we put into place streamline those processes. Management is agiler in our approaches whereas our labor force is locked into specific stacks + SOPs that are vetted. Love all the suggestions!
    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic · Written
    We use G Suite yet again at Freshworks. It's our daily-driver for a range of activities and cannot live without it.
  16. 8
    Notion 1.0 Web + Mac App

    Docs, wikis, tasks – a minimal & unified workspace for teams

    Ivan ZhaoCo-founder, Notion · Written
    Ivan Zhao made this product
    Could replace: Google Apps/Docs, Evernote, an old school wiki, and even Trello or any other small team to-do apps. iOS app is just out too!
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  17. 8

    Beautiful project & task management for teams

    Aidan HornsbyVP Marketing @ Flow · Written
    Aidan Hornsby made this product
    Excuse my bias, but I'd like to recommend Flow ☺️ We recently totally redesigned the app and put a lot of thought into making it easy to take a high level overview of all the work happening across your teams/company, but quick to step down a layer to see team workloads and project-level boards, or zoom right in on an individual teammate’s tasks for the day, week, month, etc. We use it internally to run our company, and our customers swear by it.
    Alex Heeton4Product & Technology consultant · Written
    I'm a client (have been for a couple of years) and have brought it with me to new companies - everyone loves it.
    Paul StephensonFounder/CEO, 47 Insights · Written
    Flow has always been great for team task management but the latest version now solves our project and resource planning too. It's pretty much a 'goldilocks' solution for us - not too simple, not too complicated.
  18. 7
    Basecamp 3

    The best version of Basecamp ever made

    Tejas Kinger19SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    A wonderful tool that works really really well for collaboration.
  19. 6

    A secure, version-controlled hub for your design files

    Git based workflow for designers. No more final-final-final-no-this-really-final-this-time.sketch
  20. StephanieMaking stuff · Written
    Can fill a calendar with social posts in one sitting, and it has a preview feature for Instagram that lets you see what your queued images will actually look like in sequence.
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