Multiple people on the team have a consultant background and all are used to using Excel. We can quickly onboard new people and introduce them to an analytical tool they know and (pretend to) love. For simpler tasks, we operate some of those Excel tasks on Google Sheets as Excel is less than perfect in real-time collaboration.
Co-founder - Flexpat
We use a Spreadsheet for the inbounding process.
Co-founder & CEO - Kompyte
Company wide, we use Excel spreadsheets.
CTO - Optoro
At the moment there is not a good out-of-the-box software solution in Italy for HR administration.
Founder & CEO - Velasca
In Italy, we are not covered in this sector because everything is based on local legislation. At the moment we use Excel files.
Co-founder & CTO - Musement
In the future we will most likely use QuickBooks.
CEO & Founder - Direct Cannabis
We do our own internal analytics on our data and use spreadsheets to make pivot tables and have a different view on things.
Co-founder & CEO - Beamery
We built the Blackbird.io toolkit for our own use. As investors, we wanted to quickly build high quality financial models and avoid repeating investment mistakes. That use case didn’t require a lot of outside relationship management. We are now starting to open up our platform to external users, so I would expect our CRM system to evolve accordingly.
Founder - Blackbird
We are still a small team, so we can manage CRM with spreadsheets. By the end of the year I see us moving into Salesforce.
Co-founder & CEO - ProxToMe
Our project management has been simple enough to just work off of spreadsheets and emails. We’ve designed a lot of spreadsheets and templates to use for our projects that have been working really well.
Co-founder & CMO - DownToJam
We have a fantastic data engineer who is a master with Excel and Google Spreadsheets. He crunches a bunch of data from our database, Mixpanel, and Stripe and combines everything in Google Spreadsheets and then sends out automated daily, weekly and monthly reports to different teams. We’ve used Zapier in some cases to link different SaaS services and APIs together.
Co-founder & CEO - Nitrous
We started with Chartio; we used it for a month and it was great. The support was great, it was very responsive, it can write SQL queries, or drag and drop, but right now we do most of our analysis in Excel. From my background in investment banking, Excel is the ultimate analytics tool if you know how to use it.
Co-founder & CEO - Doughbies
I keep all the books via Excel, and then an outside accountant does all of the accounting for us, issues 1099s, etc.
Founder & Owner - Campus Delivery
At this point, we use Basecamp and an Excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet is really just an overall visual representation of what’s in Basecamp. We can use both to track the speed with which people are flowing through our process. Basecamp works well with other systems, and we have a number of integrations built in with Basecamp. For example, a salesperson will get a signed contract, and there will be a Dropbox folder and Basecamp project automatically generated.
Founder & COO - Book In A Box
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