We started with inDinero three and a half years ago but it was not good and we moved into QuickBooks Online. QuickBooks Online was great. Eventually we moved into regular QuickBooks because we are a hardware company so we needed a good inventory system.
Founder & CEO - Sproutling
inDinero is an all-in-one accounting tool. We’re sort of happy with them. The time is coming where we have to switch to a more robust solution; where someone is paying more attention to our accounts instead of the “shared” model they have. inDinero did just announce they are hiring a lot more account managers though, so they are hearing the frustration people have with them.
Co-founder & CEO - Webflow
The only problem with inDinero is the price; it’s expensive. But it replaces having to hire an accountant and that’s really good. Their design is very professional and visually pleasing. What we pay for is not only the software, but also the staff. Their customer support team is very professional. I would recommend them, in spite of the high price.
Co-founder - Bubble
I like inDinero. I liked the product much earlier, more than the current version. They’ve started to strip out features lately. They still do your taxes for you and have on-demand accountant help, but I’m not totally happy with the features they’re stripping away.
Co-founder - Sutro
In the past, we were using inDinero, but we were not that happy with them. I appreciated their design and how everything was tech-company focused, but it wasn’t working for us. There seemed to be some growing pains there and it felt easy to get lost in the shuffle of their many users. Ultimately, we really just needed to get our taxes done! You want a responsive, human accountant to talk to, and they did not provide us with that. They definitely over-promised on a lot of things. As we grew bigger, the stakes got higher, and it didn’t make sense to stay with them. We’re now using an outsourced accounting firm based here in New York.
Co-founder - Kinnek
I love them. I literally want to hug them right now. We opened this business very quickly, and we were fully occupied in 30 days. I wasn’t ready for anything. We had been using PayPal at the time, and it took us months to settle our books--we had to bring on 10 bookkeepers to go back and categorize our payments. If I had used inDinero from the beginning, it would have saved me so much hassle.
Founder & CEO - Alley
Indinero has a great/terrifying "This many days left until you're bankrupt" indicator, and that's a nice motivator!
CTO - Bowery
We use inDinero, which is a combination of software and professional services for our accountancy needs. It's been okay so far, but I think once we raise more funds it will be time to outsource completely to a proper accountant. inDinero's software is okay enough, but the professional services team has made mistakes in the past on our end.
Founder & CEO - Framed Data
None of Castle’s founders have any formal training in finance or accounting, so we leave it to the professionals at inDinero. The price might seem steep, but it's actually competitive with the rate you might get from your neighborhood accountant.
Co-founder & COO - Castle
They're a fellow Y Combinator company, so we get a great combo deal. I also love the analytics that come along with it, and the fact that someone handles our books for us.
Co-founder & CEO - Zapier
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using inDinero
A handful of Stacklist founders have chosen inDinero -- largely Seed and small Series A companies. inDinero’s mission is to be an early-stage specialist, serving companies with up to 100 employees.
inDinero does not publicize its pricing information, instead requiring you to get a quote directly from the company.
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