Something like https://builtwith.com/ but for internal tools.
Examples would be:
X Ltd is using Trello, Mailchimp and Zapier
Y Ltd is using Google My Business and Github.
I believe Siftery is what you're looking for. Companies recommend tooling etc. https://siftery.com/trending
While they have the opposite approach than what I wanted, it's still good enough for my research.
Thank you very much.
Actually, I just found out you can view what company uses. For example: https://siftery.com/company/trello
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Thank you for your reply. This seems to be similar to builtwith.com. What I'm more interested is a list of tools that are not used for the website itself, but rather are used internally as part of their work flow.
Hacky and incomplete, but a few dig queries against a domain would expose any services that require DNS entries to be setup to use.
Thanks, that's clever.
How do you dig query?
You can try Google's dig tool: https://toolbox.googleapps.com/apps/dig/#ANY/
Ohhh, didn't even think of web based options for doing that (bookmarked JIC). I just run dig from the command-line (Arch Linux #sadist-here)
Most of it is the tech stack but some companies the things you're looking for.
I looked at some tools that I regularly use, on stackshare - content is too thin to be of any use. Much of their "comparison" stuff is just a few words with no useful feature comparison etc.
It is useful to quickly check what tools a company is using, which was the question anyway. Don't know how much of it is current or accurate.
I'm surprised this site is doing well
Yeah, it is a step towards the right answer. Thanks.