Imagine if you had to send marketing emails manually, or keep your records in a tattered binder on your desk.
Every company, even startups, needs to make a minimum investment in SaaS tools for work like email marketing, project management, and tracking sales.
But the catch is that some of these startup tools can cost huge amounts of money, and when you’re a young startup you don’t want to be forking out in excess of $2,000/user/month for just one piece of software.
The point of this post is to explain the minimum viable SaaS stack your startup should invest in, based on what we’ve found out at Process Street in our many (many, many, many) tool-testing escapades.
I’ll even do the math for you, and collate the estimated annual cost at the end.