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10 Essential Tools for Startups

When you are starting something new it’s hard to find the right tools. Hard because there are way too many tools. If you work on a new startup usually you have big ideas and small budget. Also you want to make everything as quick as possible to release your product and contact investors.

I had the same problem when I just started out with my own startup Refe. I am still working on it, but the tools I’ve chosen at the beginning help me a lot. You might as well are starting out something new and don’t know which tools to use. Check the list below and you may find your next time, money and stress saver tool.

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Dapulse

Dapulse differs from classic project management software. Instead of separating people by giving each person a separate view of “what they need to do”, dapulse creates a big picture of the whole process for everyone to see. This unified view groups people together and help them move fast in the same direction.

Mailchimp

MailChimp is a comprehensive email marketing platform with tons of templates you can use and customize as well as an intuitive contacts management system and integration with other popular applications for greater collaboration.

 Xero

Xero allows simple-to-use revenue and expense reporting system, complete with mobile apps so you can access the latest financials before heading into your next investor pitch.

Optimizely

Optimizely let you test and compare web pages and track a slew of engagement metrics like visits, clicks, and conversions. It’s easily integrated with other analytics programs like Google Analytics and KISSmetrics, and it’s all managed from an intuitive interface.

Intercom

Intercom is a single platform where you can see in real-time who is using your product and send personalized messages to the right users at the right time based on their behavior.

Google Drive

Google Drive is a free file sharing app that allows you to host and share your design files. With Google Drive you can allocate who to share the file with or set it as a private file. Google Drive can also act as a digital backup of your files, which can be accessed from your mobile device and any computer.

Buffer

Buffer is a social media management app that allows you to tie your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts to one place. One of its greatest features is the ability to plan and post updates on your accounts at specific times.

GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting offers unlimited online meetings for up to 25 attendees. Whether you need to get your virtual team together for important progress discussions, meet with investors from all corners of the world, or discuss projects with clients, GoToMeeting is an easy-to-use meeting application that can be accessed from any device.

Trello

Trello makes organizing anything from a single project to your whole work day simple with a column-based task layout for prioritizing to-dos, labeling tasks, documenting ideas and keeping it all together.

Dashlane

Dashlane keeps all those passwords and other login credentials securely stored in one app for Android and iOS devices, and easily accessible when you need them.

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