B2B Payments

There’s A Yelp For ERP Tools

Amanda Moskowitz is described as a “serial entrepreneur” in a recent report from TechCrunch, published Thursday (Sept. 17). That means she knows a thing or two about what startups and small businesses need to get their companies in order, and she knows how difficult it can be to find the right tools.

Reports said Moskowitz has solved this problem by launching a new platform that provides recommendations to small business owners of what enterprise resource planning software and tools they should integrate.

The new platform is called Stacklist, and it helps companies choose payroll, HR and other ERP services based on surveys and interviews from other entrepreneurs that have used the products. The interviews are conducted with business owners of companies that are from seed stage to Series B, reports said.

“Over 70 percent of the time, entrepreneurs make their decisions from the recommendations of trusted peers,” Moskowitz told TechCrunch, adding that right now the platform is focused on ensuring a high quality of recommendation and product feedback.

So far, the site provides information on more than 100 ERP tools in more than 12 categories of B2B Software-as-a-Service solutions.

Reports said that the most popular tool reviewed on the site right now is Slack, a real-time business messaging and communications tool, as well as startup favorites Mailchimp, Google Analytics and QuickBooks.

Other services that are rising in the ranks are accounting service inDinero and data analytics software Keen IO.

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