10 Tech Solutions Entreprenistas Can Use to Operate and Grow Their Business

Entreprenistas have a lot of pressures to navigate when building their business. Between wearing multiple hats to keep everything running from managing finances, staffing, marketing and more — it can be a lot to juggle from sunrise to sunset. 

Thanks to technology, several tools are designed to streamline business operations to make life easier and give Entreprenistas like you a competitive edge. From IT and accounting software and customer relationship management systems to marketing automation tools, these solutions help you maximize your business potential.

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If you cannot bring on an entire IT department, but still need an extra hand in navigating complicated issues, there’s an app for that. Or rather, there’s Electric, a company that aims to make IT service easy, accessible, and lightning-fast. 

After all, when you have an IT issue that’s driving you nuts, you need help — and you need it right now — so you can continue checking off items on your never-ending to-do list as an Entreprenista. Using their handcrafted technology and a squad of 100 technicians, they can help you and your employees, all in real-time. 

Need help with onboarding and offboarding? Need to grant access to a SAAS application? What about general IT management and security? Electric is here to help.

(And psst: if you’re an IT-decision maker at a company with 10 to 500 US employees, you could get a free pair of Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones when you set up a meeting with Electric to learn more. Terms and conditions apply.)

Jazz HR 

From your first hire to your 100th, Jazz HR is an all-in-one recruiting and onboarding platform designed to help new businesses manage their hiring process from start to finish. You can post open jobs online; review resumes, track candidates and set up interviews — all from one centralized platform. Automated onboarding makes it easy to get new hires up and running quickly. There’s also a suite of analytics tools to help entrepreneurs make data-driven decisions about their talent. Jazz HR helps businesses save valuable time and money during hiring and onboarding. Start with a free 21-day trial of Jazz HR here.


Shopify is a comprehensive e-commerce platform that makes it easy to set up and manage an online store. With Shopify, you can create a beautiful website or online store without coding knowledge. You can also access many features like shipping, payments, analytics, and more. Shopify enables entrepreneurs to design and customize their stores, create product listings, and accept payments. 

Shopify offers several other tools to help Entreprenistas market their businesses, manage inventory and fulfill orders. It’s the perfect solution to get your store up and running sooner than later. 


If you want to update your business’s branding, but don’t have the budget for a full-time designer hire, test your skills with Canva. Canva is an easy-to-use online graphic design tool that helps businesses create stunning visuals without prior design knowledge or experience. This beginner-friendly platform has a library of professional templates that make it simple to design everything from logos to flyers, posters and more. Plus, with its drag-and-drop features, you can create beautiful designs in minutes and from your phone or tablet. 


Acting as essentially a hybrid between a spreadsheet and a database, Airtable is a cloud-based collaboration platform that allows you to easily organize, store, and access all your data in one place. It has a straightforward, user-friendly interface that makes it easy to manage and track information. 

Airtable is an invaluable resource for any business — new or established — making it easier to stay organized and on top of everything. Plus, you can customize it to fit your business’s unique needs. It’s excellent for tracking customers, projects, sales, and inventory, and it can be easily integrated with other tools like Slack and Gmail.


Every successful business needs to stay organized. And while file management isn’t exactly a sexy part of managing a company, it comes with the territory. Dropbox makes organization a dream with cloud storage that allows entrepreneurs to store, share and access their files while collaborating with colleagues from anywhere and on any device. With remote working being more prevalent, this is a fantastic tool to keep everyone on the same page. It also has robust security features, so you can be sure your data is safe and secure as you share information on the go. Interested in getting up to 90% off Dropbox? Learn more here.


Docsend is a document-sharing platform for entrepreneurs to securely send and track documents, such as contracts, presentations, and proposals, with clients and other stakeholders. Sending large, complex documents is no longer a complicated process. You can easily upload and share them, track who views them, and even get notifications when they are opened. You can also password-protect files, set expiration dates, and hide download links. This way, you can ensure that your documents remain secure and confidential while still seeing how many people have viewed your documents and how long they spent looking at them. Interested in getting up to 90% off of Docsend? Learn more here.


Keeping your books clean, accurate and up-to-date is important, so you understand your overall bottom line and financial outlook. Luckily, there’s a way to manage money without breaking out into hives. Quickbooks is a cloud-based accounting solution for entrepreneurs that makes it easy to keep track of income and expenses, create invoices, manage payroll and generate financial reports. 

It is a stress-free financial management solution that automates accounting tasks, including invoicing, bank reconciliation, payroll and financial reporting. 

Quickbooks also offers budgeting, forecasting, and cash flow management tools to help entrepreneurs plan and manage their finances more effectively. Have a bookkeeper or accountant? You can designate them via email within Quickbooks, so they manage invoices, contractors, tax forms, and more. 


Zapier is an automation platform for entrepreneurs to streamline their workflow. It lets you connect different apps and services to quickly and easily complete tasks. With Zapier, you can set up automated triggers and actions that will help streamline your business processes. 

With Zapier, you can save time and focus on more critical tasks for your business. For example, if you receive a new customer order in your online store, you can set up a zap to automatically send an invoice to your customer. This way, you don’t have to send invoices every time you get an order manually.

Google Analytics 

Every entrepreneur should be using Google Analytics to understand their business better. Google Analytics is a powerful tool that helps companies to gain insights into their online presence. It provides valuable data about website visitors, including where they came from, what pages they visited, and how long they stayed on your site. This information can help new businesses determine how to best optimize their website and reach their target audience. 

With Google Analytics, businesses can also measure their success with campaigns, track conversions and gain insights into how users interact with their websites. With this valuable data, companies can make informed decisions to grow and succeed.

Entreprenista League Keeps Updated on the Latest and Greatest Business Tools

Finding the community as well as the tools that work for you and your business is essential. The Entreprenista League was created as another resource among a community of like-minded entrepreneurs to help business owners find the support they need to succeed. Stay in the know of the best resources, events and practices for growing business with genuine backing from entrepreneurs who’ve been there. 

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