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The Most Popular Business Startup Tools – Survey Results

The results are in! We surveyed over 550 folks at startups with up to 100 employees. Our objective: To figure out the Startup Toolkit — the products and providers leading the way among the nimblest and most tech-savvy new businesses. Special thanks to all who contributed.

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Facts & Stats to Tweet:

  • Google Analytics, Gmail, Quickbooks top list of 10 most popular startup tools. <Tweet>
  • 27% of startups use PayPal for payment processing.  <Tweet>
  • 71% of startup execs use QuickBooks. <<Tweet>>
  • 70% of startup execs use Google Analytics, 57% use Google Apps. <<Tweet>>
  • 59% of startup execs use Salesforce for CRM. <<Tweet>>
  • 39% of startup execs use Dropbox for storage. <<Tweet>>
  • 43% of startup execs use AmEx for their company credit card. <<Tweet>>
  • Bank of America is leading bank used by startups, with 19% using it. <<Tweet>>
  • MailChimp is leading email marketing system for startups, with 30% using it. <<Tweet>>
  • Idea Paint: “We painted our office with this stuff and it turned our walls into whiteboards!” <<Tweet>>

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