G2 Track

Manage your entire technology stack in one dashboard

G2 Track helps you manage software spend, usage, contracts and compliance and optimize your entire tech stack.
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4 Reviews5.0/5
PH peeps...we’ve been quiet for a while but that’s only because we were working hard to bring you the next evolution of Track, our software spend optimization platform. Since joining the larger G2 family, we’ve been busy integrating the best of both worlds and are launching a significantly new experience with G2 Track to help you effortlessly stay on top of all of your software spend, utilization, contracts, compliance and savings opportunities. More specifically, we have added over 650,000 reviews across 80K products to power sentiment and alternatives you could be looking at, brought in super useful pricing benchmarks powered by self-reported data from thousands of companies, and a unique compliance graph that’ll help you stay on the right side of privacy regulations and compliance. And between us, we’re just warming up ;)
@vammok Wow! I have been using Siftery Track from the time there was a plan called ‘Startup’ plan. Works great, and tracks well. Hope nothing changes for folks who joined early Kudos to the team

It's like Mint.com for business spend.

Pros:

Compelling design, simple interface for tracking known and "hidden" spend across a company, G2 ratings/alternatives—great in context.

Cons:

Just keep the features rolling!

Looks and works great! Congrats @vammok @ayanb @bryan_weis and team! Excited to witness the continued evolution of a great product.
Looks great @vammok - well done to everyone who has worked on it. What is the difference between this and Siftery (https://www.producthunt.com/post...) ?
@olliemcquitty With siftery.com, you can get a great look at the technology stack being used within your company based on publicly available data (and add to it). Track is a much deeper product where you look under the hood, by connecting your financial systems or SSO platforms, to get an understanding of not just what's being used across your company, but what's being paid for those tools, by whom, how much your teams are really using these tools, and whether some of these are shadow tools not approved by IT etc.