Slack: Company chatroom and watercooler. Make sure you install this on your phone and setup the alert levels to the appropriate levels.
Google Drive: Most spreadsheets, word docs, and presentations are created using Google Docs because its very easy to share and collaborate with others on the team.
Asana: Project management tool the development team uses to fix bugs, build features, and work on other chores.
We Are For Good: Open-source learning platform used by many non-profits for education programs.
GitHub: Code versioning and collaboration tool the dev team uses to work on our web apps, mobile apps, desktop apps, and content.
Dropbox: File sharing service that works over the LAN and the web.
Mailchimp: Email marketing platform to manage mailing lists and automate email campaigns.
QuickBooks Nonprofit: Accounting software with features specific to non-profit financial management.
Eventbrite: A platform for creating and managing event tickets and registration.
Grants.gov Workspace: A government resource for finding and applying for federal grants.
LegalZoom: Provides access to various legal forms and resources.
Harbor Compliance:Helps with non-profit formation, compliance, and filing.
SAS for Nonprofits: Offers analytics to help non-profits measure and report on their impact.
LastPass: Password management tool to maintain strong and secure passwords.
Bloomerang: A donor management system focused on donor retention and engagement.