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    • VENDORS used by STARTUPS 5 pivotal tracker jira linode Heroku test flight 10 gen mongo DB GITHUB elance sendgrid Amazon web SERVICEs pingdom odesk urban airship soft layer kissmetrics mixpanel flurry linkedin TAPJOY DESK.COM USERVOICE OLARK MAILCHIMP SHOPIFY MAGENTO Salesforce CRM SURVEY MONKEY GOOGLE ANALYTICS optimizely go daddy Intuit Quickbooks AUTHORIZE .NET TRI NET 99 designs stripe in dinero braintree expensify rackspace BALSAMIQ go to meeting ring central google apps for business join.me skype hipchat grasshopper hellofax asana dropbox
    • Top 50 Vendors Used by Startups Thanks for checking out VendorStack’s first list, “The Top 50 Vendors Used by Startups.” We compiled this list after interviewing around 100 startup founders from around the world. The startups ranged greatly: some had 2 to 200+ person headcounts; others were in the consumer internet to medtech device spaces; we had startups from San Francisco to New York to London. Our objective is to provide enterprise founders, executives, product managers, engineers, and looky-loos a quick cheat sheet on what vendors their peers have chosen with their budgets. Now, a few important disclaimers: NOT PERFECT Our objective was to present a good snapshot of what was popular within the startup community. As we expand our data set, we expect this list to become increasingly comprehensive and accurate. If you are a vendor and you feel like you’ve been slighted by our list, apologies from the VendorStack team. Please contact us at vendors@vendorstack.com and we’ll get back to you shortly. Thanks! WEST COAST BIAS We’re based out of San Francisco, CA and many of the startups we talked to were down the street. With this geographic proximity, the results were also skewed towards SF Bay Area vendors, particularly those who are backed by some of the more popular incubators like YCombinator, 500 Startups, and AngelPad. MISSING SOME CATEGORIES We realized as we were interviewing the startups that law firms, for example, while an important and expensive vendor for all startups, were not particularly diverse in its variety. For this reason, we took lawyers off this infographic (although they are all found on vendorstack.com). We also took out payroll providers and banks for the same reason. Some interesting insights from the survey include: GEOGRAPHIC BIAS INCUBATOR INFLUENCE MOST POPULAR 10 VENDORS (sorted alphabetically) 1. Amazon Web Services 2. Dropbox 3. Github 4. GoDaddy 5. Google Analytics 6. Google Apps for Business 7. Heroku 8. Intuit Quickbooks 9. Mailchimp 10. Salesforce CRM MOST CONTENTIOUS CATEGORIES (sorted alphabetically) 1. Analytics (Flurry, Google, KISSmetrics, Mixpanel, Optimizely) 2. Hosting (AWS, Linode, Rackspace, Softlayer) 3. Live Chat/Customer Service (Desk.com, Olark, UserVoice) 4. Payment Processing (Authorize.net, Braintree, Stripe) 5. Project Management/Task Management (Asana, JIRA, Pivotal Tracker)
    • TOP 50 VENDORS USED BY STARTUPS (sorted by taxonomy then alphabetically) VendorStack would like to thank the executives from the following companies for participating in our survey. We have removed a few other names at the request of the company. BUSINESS & LEGAL Authorize.net Braintree Expensify InDinero Intuit Quickbooks Stripe CREATIVE 99Designs Balsamiq HUMAN RESOURCES TriNet IT OPERATIONS & DEVELOPMENT 10Gen Amazon Web Services eLance Github GoDaddy Heroku Jira Linode oDesk Pingdom Pivotal Tracker Rackspace SendGrid Softlayer Testflight Urban Airship OFFICE OPERATIONS GoToMeeting Grasshopper Join.me RingCentral Skype PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS Asana Dropbox Google Apps for Business HelloFax HipChat SALES & MARKETING Desk.com Flurry Google Analytics KISSmetrics LinkedIn Magento Mailchimp Mixpanel Olark Optimizely Salesforce CRM Shopify Survey Monkey Tapjoy UserVoice 1DocWay AdTonik Airbrite Apptentive Bazooka Search BeMyCity.com Bill.com BillFloat Bombfell ChoicePass Claritics Clover Coliloquy Comiingle CommonBond Crocodoc Crowd Jewel DigitalScirocco Digneo Doostang Downsize Fable Labs FranchiseHelp GoRecess Gratafy Grubwithus Gyrobike InDinero Karma Goat Keen.io KISSmetrics LanguageMate Le Tote LeanLaunchLab Lex Machina LOLApps Lookmazing Maven Meeteor Motion Math MunkyFun MXHero MyEnergy National Hall Okta oLyfe Orbiion Pangia ParkWhiz pledge4good Presence Learning Qualtrics Reconnect Redpark Product Development Regalii Renterra Ridejoy RolePoint Sano Serious Business Shopco SOMARK Spitball Entertainment Spotwag Startup Grind Stypi TapGreet Tapisto Untangle Upstart Mobile UserVoice Vidora Virtgood Virtrue WaterSmart In addition, we would like to thank our designer Janice Kim (janice-kim.com) for designing the cool infographic.