Why do you feel it's important for startups to share their stacklist? reviews from startup founders

345 reviews by founders
May 12, 2018

There are a lot of tools out there and you can be inundated by trying to the right ones, especially in an ultra-high security regulated industry. You also want confirmation that those solutions are scalable within those fashions. You can't do bleeding edge technology things around security, so there must be an opportunity to scale finding those to learn from and testing things out there to see what works for you. Otherwise you’re spending a lot of time researching that could otherwise be spent building your business.

Aaron Schumm

Founder & CEO - Vestwell

May 12, 2018

It's the notion that more efficient collaboration and innovation is done through sharing tools and open source. The more we can share, the more we can innovate.

Ben Lee

Founder - Rootstrap

April 23, 2018

Things are constantly changing and everyone is moving at a really fast pace. Time is the biggest constraint as a resource and learning about other tools could be time saving and improve efficiencies. Getting recommendations from larger companies doesn’t always work, but getting a recommendation from a startup that is similar in size to you is great because their it's a lot more of an apples to apples comparison. I'm always looking for ways to make things more time efficient so that I’m able to spend more time doing high value things that grow the business. The more of that, the better.

Rachel Cohen

Co-founder & CEO - Snowe

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