If you’ve ever been tasked with sourcing new software for your startup you’ll know only too well how challenging a job it can be.
Whether it’s deciding on which cloud storage service to go with or which tool you should use to improve your SEO, it can be a minefield to say the least.
That however need no longer be the case thanks to our latest Startup of the Week.
Crozdeskis a “business software discovery portal” which is on a mission to make searching and selecting business software easier than ever before!
The Crozdesk platform features software for virtually every service you and your startup may need - from accounting to web development. There are currently over 100 categories to select from.
Each category contains curated lists of software applications. You’ll get the lowdown on the software itself as well as reviews from other users and experts in the industry. Crozdesk also has a useful comparison tool so you can select which option is best for you before making any definitive decisions.
The other side of this of course is the fact that if you’re an SaaS vendor, you can use the Crozdesk platform to promote your service and generate new leads and ideally new customers.
What we like most about Crozdesk is the fact that they have made the entire searching for software process so simple and that surely can only be a good thing!
Interested in finding out about other new and innovative startups? Why not check out our previous Startup of the Week ?
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