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Sentiment Hub

Make the best decisions on SaaS buying based on your team’s favorite tools

Find out your team’s favorite SaaS tools with Spendflo’s Sentiment Hub. Run periodic surveys to gauge employee sentiment. Measure your ROI on SaaS tools, engage in data-backed renewal negotiations, and make the best decisions that help save on SaaS and extend your budget.
Up to 30% savings guaranteed
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Negotiate with data specific to your team’s user sentiments

Run surveys to identify the tools your teams genuinely like. Make the best decisions around SaaS buying based on team-specific sentiment data.

Spend on tools that your teams love, save on the rest

Plan your SaaS budget based on the tools that have high likeability ratings. Save on your expenses by phasing out tools that receive lower ratings.

Fuel productivity with your team's favorite SaaS stack

Use employee software sentiment data to build a SaaS stack that works best for your employees. Get twice as much done in half as much time

Leverage the power of a unified SaaS buying solution

Spendflo sentiment hub seamlessly works with the rest of the unified platform. Maximize your SaaS ROI by leveraging the unified platform to act on uncovered insights.

Powerful alone,
Better together.

Spendflo integrates with Slack to make procurements easy for you and your teams. Fast-track your approvals and renewals through Slack. Get timely notifications on upcoming renewals and pending approvals.

SaaS procurement simplified.

Easily manage your procurement, renewals, and upgrades with an intuitive platform. Discover new products, get purchase assistance, manage contracts and track usage to save time with the Spendflo platform.
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