Nayan Kumar
Nayan KumarEntrepreneur

As a start-up, what was the first SaaS product you paid for?

Trying to nail down the most valuable SaaS tools used among early-stage start-ups.
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  1. 103
    Stripe

    Payment integration and management.

    To receive payments!
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  2. 83
    Intercom

    Communicate personally with every single customer.

    🇺🇸 James Brown
    🇺🇸 James BrownGrowth Hacker at Several Startups <3 · Written
    best all in one for sales and customer support app.
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    My first SaaS subscription, I was using it for user onboarding.
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  3. Jerry Moyer
    Jerry MoyerCOO, Warble Inc · Written
    Easiest way to get all of the basics in one shot.
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    Paul Skah
    Paul SkahBranding, strategy, marketing. · Written
    Email with the most intuitive interface, the entire office suite, teleconferencing system and Slack replacement.
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    Leandro
    LeandroCo-founder, Unubo · Written
    Pure collaboration for teams. Gmail, editing docs and spreadsheets together, cloud storage with Drive and more.
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  4. 33
    CanvasFlip 2.0

    Record conversion funnel, heatmap & user video on prototype

    Amal Albasheeri
    Amal AlbasheeriUX Analyst, Design thinker .. · Written
    It was great for user testing during the early prototyping phase.
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    Yance
    YanceProduct manager from China · Written
    是一个非常有想法的工具,我觉得很棒
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  5. 6
    Notion 2.0

    The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

    Combines many tools in one - keeps things simple and a lot of things in one place
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  6. 6
    Paperform v2

    Make beautiful forms in minutes

    Jessica Freeman
    Jessica FreemanMobile Developer at Olinqua · Written
    Paperform was one of the first products that I was *really* happy to pay for, made it so pain-free to create online forms.
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  7. Shreyaa Ratra
    Shreyaa RatraMaking B2B sales easy via EasyLeadz.com · Written
    Helped me identify the right companies to target so that I can prioritise and put more efforts on those companies and fill my sales pipeline.
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  8. Great for tracking progress, motivating teams and setting new goals. Data that we connected first: ChartMogul, ActiveCampaign, Google Adwords, Google Analytics, Competition monitoring feeds (Google News, RSS feeds etc). Used in office TV screens
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  9. 5
    Basecamp

    Keeps people on the same page

    At that time there was no Trello & Asana and we had already tried the trial version of Basecamp and fell in love with its simplicity. We used to call it GroupHub :)
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  10. Nico Bistolfi
    Nico BistolfiFounder at @piiojs · Written
    After Gsuite, which is extremely necessary to receive your emails. I always setup JIRA, Is great to understand what's going on and plan product roadmap.
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  11. Olga Milevska
    Olga MilevskaContent+Social media · Written
    For sales campaigns, customer support, and lead generation.
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  12. 3
    Forest Admin

    Your back office, redefined.

    Thomas DIDIER
    Thomas DIDIER6Product Marketing Manager, Ermeo · Written
    To visualize and manipulate data to manage operations seamlessly.
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  13. 6
    Zoom

    Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

    Quite possibly the best video conferencing solution. This was an essential tool for our remote team and for sales calls.
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  14. Hans Pagel
    Hans PagelMaker of Scrumpy · Written
    Wanted to add Revolut to this list, as it was the first thing we at https://scrumpy.io paid monthly for. ☺️ 1. Stripe 2. Revolut 3. Crisp 4. Sage
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  15. It was necessary to keep our servers always up to avoid mis calculation of analytics data. Pingmeter provide this for us. Worth all the money and more.
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  16. Because on-web customer/visitor engagement
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  17. Michel Vermeulen made this product
    It's a quick and easy way to answer customers more efficiently, and it stays with you while the business is growing.
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  18. Sujoy Chaudhary
    Sujoy ChaudharyCofounder & CEO, Airim · Written
    If you are serving enterprise customers' customers, you cannot take chances with concurrency.
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  19. Iván Enríquez
    Iván EnríquezForms, Data, Workflows · Written
    If your product is for sell at B2B I think it is very useful to automate your prospecting funnel
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  20. Excellent recurring billing solution
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