MineWhat is a retail profitability platform, powered by predictive merchandise intelligence.
We use Google Analytics to understand what is happening on the site. We do not go that deep with it, but we get the essential metrics. We also have our customized internal tools.
We initially used an open source software. We have moved now to Nimble. It has a good value to money ratio for us.
We use Ghost at the moment but we we will be soon moving to WordPress. Primarily, automation is lacking in Ghost. Also, WordPress has a bigger ecosystem.
We use Stripe--it’s good. We have had it for two years. For high volume transactions, we do not use it because of the high fees.
We use Intercom--it’s quite good. It works for now as we are B2B, but if we get B2C, we might have to move to something that can handle a higher volume of traffic.
We are processing marketing emails with MailChimp. We are thinking of moving away from it though, as there is too much maintenance involved.
We also use PersistIQ. It is way more relaxing than MailChimp--we are quite happy with it.
Rarely, we use Dropbox. Only what we are sharing something with people outside the company.
Google Drive is our main tool. It works well because it is integrated with Google Apps.
LinkedIn is our primary source of hires. 60% of our hires come from that.
Right now, we use Hangouts; it integrates with Gmail and is very easy to access.
Google Apps is the most used tool in the team.
Netlify is a great hosting tool, very easy to use, so that you can concentrate on core business.
We have a very basic plan of Yesware.
We use GitHub for coding tasks. It is pretty simple and gets things done.
Asana for managing daily tasks is quite good. We have been using it for more than 2 years. Maybe the interface could be easier but otherwise it’s perfect.
We used to use Buffer, but in the end we moved away from it because we were handling only Twitter with it. Hootsuite, so far, has been a better choice than Buffer in terms of social media management tools.