Open Collective creates a virtual entity for local organizations to get donations and manage their expenses in a transparent way.
Google Analytics works. It is easy enough to set up and operate.
I love Slack--it’s great. It helps not only with messaging but also with creating a community. We have a public channel where everyone can join.
We love Medium--it’s great.
Zeplin is a way to share a design with engineers. You can see the dimensions, download assets, and get CSS fragments.
Sketch is great. It’s easy even for people who are not designers.
We use Google Drive for docs and sheets, not really for storage.
Dropbox is our default storage place.
We use eShares for cap management.
Perkins Coie is a more classic law firm but they are great for our domain-specific fintech needs.
We used Silicon Legal for corporate lawyers, dealing with fundraising, and incorporation. They are really great.
Open Collective helps not-for-profit startups.
PayPal has a monopoly but has no support, and no documentation. We use it for reimbursing expenses by the Collective.
Stripe is awesome--it has great documentation and support.
Gusto is great--it does the job.
Calendly is great. It works very well when people want to reach you, not so much when you are trying to get a hold of them.
GitHub Issues is the default issues system within GitHub. It’s a ticketing system with threads that you can comment on.