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Dan Putt, Reboot

About Dan PuttA four-time founder with the altruistic goal of creating companies to make the world a better place, Dan is well-versed in the ups and downs of startup life. While past ventures have ranged from investment (Allwell) to gaming (Playhem) to personal and professional workshops (Cojourneo), Dan is now leading product development at Reboot, an entrepreneur coaching company.What is your most important bit of advice for entrepreneurs regarding tools?Ask your colleagues what they use, a...

Zohar Babin, Kaltura

About Zohar BabinZohar’s personal mission is to make media accessible across industries and to maximize its impact in daily life. With deep experience throughout the IT space, ranging from R&D to coding, product, strategy and more, he currently leads the product marketing, ecosystem and community group for [Kaltura]’s video platform as a service, the cloud platform for all video experiences and media workflows.What is your most valuable piece of advice for new startups as they...

The Best Accounting Software for Early-stage Startups

Choosing which accounting software to use for your startup can be a daunting task. The first step to undertake before selecting a particular tool is to conduct a thorough needs assessment to understand both your financial and management needs. Some considerations to think about include what data your business needs to keep, what reports you need to generate (for IRS and tax purposes), if you have any industry-specific data that would require specialized modules (manufacturing, retail, and hea...

Should You Pay for File Sharing?

File-sharing software generally gets less attention than other types of tools. After all, unlike most other types of software we track here at Stacklist, file-sharing tools have only one key function. There are some slight differences between the tools, but many operators view them as interchangeable. This lack of clear preference, combined with the fact that every file-sharing software we profile has a free account in addition to paid plans, makes us question when and if companies should pay...

Does Customer Service Software Make You “Low Touch”?

Technology has transformed the scope of business in the past few decades, making it totally normal for a simple startup to find a client base in the millions. Customer service software platforms, like [Zendesk] and [Desk.com], have been built in response, using features like ticketing and trigger automation to help companies handle an ever-increasing volume of customers.But what happens when your business isn’t focused on volume? What if, instead, you’re more interested in connect...