Vive is the modern beauty concierge for the modern woman, helping users get a convenient, top salon appointment in just two taps.
Both Mixpanel and Tableau require engineering to set up. There is not one system that automatically integrates with your tools.
Salesforce is really easy managerially. It is an amazing tool. Unfortunately, it is super expensive and you get locked in a contract. I wish it was on a month to month basis.
Yesware is awesome.
We have our blog on Squarespace, but we are not very active.
Stripe is great. I wish it did more of the analytics part.
Zendesk is all right. We tried Intercom, but it was not robust enough. I heard good things about Help Scout, so we might give it a shot.
MailChimp is good for newsletters. We have used Intercom in the past but it’s really expensive at scale.
We are currently looking for the best tool to do app based notifications, but we still have not found one.
We use Google Drive because you can collaborate on documents. It is easy to use. I don’t like Dropbox.
QuickBooks is pretty straightforward.
Justworks is good. We switched over from TriNet, which I found really cumbersome. It was not user-friendly at all.
We tell everyone, even the people that apply on other platforms, to follow the link to apply through Jazz. We really like it.
My team uses Slack--I personally find it confusing.
We have a shared space with Alley.
We use HelloSign. I swear by it. It is way better than DocuSign.
We like Yesware. I used Clara, but I unsubscribed because it was not helpful. I ended up arranging all the meetings myself.
I love Trello. We used Asana but I hated it. I felt it was really hard to use and to understand.
Pivotal Tracker is also good.