Product Hunt Daily Digest
December 10th, 2018

This startup will replace your bookkeeper
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Tax season has begun! Well, almost.

We can hear you groaning, but it doesn't have to be that way — especially if you run a startup.

Pilot ($18.3M raised) is a bookkeeping company that focuses exclusively on startups and sets itself apart from traditional firms by using — you guessed it — software.

“It has saved me from a ton of manual bookkeeping work I was doing using overpriced, clunky software. Now I don’t worry about anything anymore. They literally do everything for me.” - Winnie CEO Sara Mauskopf

Besides the fact that your bookkeeper is probably still doing your books today in the exact same way since 1995 💾, here's how Pilot is shaking things up:

💯 Their team of bookkeepers (based in SF) are assisted by engineers that automate the most error-prone parts of bookkeeping, so your books are always incredibly accurate.

👥 They really think the customer is always right. Basically, they’re what you’d get if Gusto or Stripe built a bookkeeping firm.

💸 Pilot is built by startup founders for startup founders (they previously sold Ksplice to Oracle back in 2011 and Zulip to Dropbox in 2014).

AND hundred of startups — including 50+ Y Combinator alumni — are already using Pilot for bookkeeping.

Pro tip: They're running a special discount for the Product Hunt community right now, and the first 100 of you to sign up will get 20 percent off of Pilot Core for six months.

Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at Pilot.

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