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How to Find Any Company’s Tech Stack [Updated: 2022]

A standard company tech stack has various hardware, software, and cloud-based apps that are used across the board for various requirements.

A question we get a lot in our discovery calls is, “How do you find out the technology stack of a company?”. Well, finding a company’s tech stack is not as easy as calling up the CEO and asking them what tools and software they use. It involves a lot of backend sweat, more than you can think about. You require a complete team to do this for you if you want to use a company’s tech stack to identify potential buyers. And that is why you have software like Slintel out in the market to find this information.

What we will show you in this blog piece is how to find the tech stack of any company using JUST Slintel’s website, without having to spend a dime. 

Let’s say you want to find the technology stack of Pipedrive. Here’s how you’d have to go about it.

Step #1: Visit the Slintel Website

Go to our website, click on Resources, and then Company Insights. The Company Insights page will open up.

Find Company Insights with Slintel

Step #2: Find Your Company

In the search box, type the name of the company you want to look for. In this case, “Pipedrive” and select the relevant company name in the drop-down menu.

Find Your Company - Company Directory Slintel

Pipedrive’s company page will open up. It should look something like this:

Slintel - Company Details Page

Step #3: Find The Company’s Tech Stack

Scroll down, and you will see this screen.

Find the technology stack of Pipedrive using Slintel

Here, you can see all that Pipedrive uses for which function. Click on any function you want to find the tech stack for from the dropdown. In this case, we’re selecting the Sales function.

See all technology stack - Filter by functions

Here you can see the technologies that Pipedrive uses for the Sales function.

See all technology stack classified by functions

From just 10 seconds of work, you found out Pipedrive uses:

  • Salesforce, KiteDesk, LeadFeeder, Close.io, and UnifiedVU for Sales. 
  • Buffer, OptinMonster, and Newswire for Marketing. 
  • CenterPoint Accounting, Recurly, and The CRE Suite for Finance and Accounting.

Isn’t that amazing? But, that’s not all. 

Step #4: Find the Company’s Customers

You can click on any technology under any category, and you can view up to 10 customers of each technology. Let’s say that you integrate with Salesforce, and see that Pipedrive uses it as well. Now you have an opening for better engagement with Pipedrive if you are prospecting them. What’s more, you can find other customers of Salesforce that you can reach out to. To find the customers for Salesforce:

  1. Click on Salesforce under Sales.
Slintel company tech stack page
  1. This will take you to the Salesforce technology page of the website. You can see their current customers, market share customers added and dropped in the last month.
Salesforce - Technology Page
  1. Scroll down to see a list of customers for Salesforce. You can even select the individual customers, which will take you to their company page.
Salesforce - List of customers

And there you have it! In just a minute or two, you have the technology stack of Pipedrive and a small, but relevant customer list for Salesforce as well. While you were able to find all this data just using the website, imagine what you could do with our whole database at your disposal.

What Can’t You Do?

Slintel helps you find your next buyer through technographics, deep dive into the company and people profiles, and better accuracy than others. Not just this, you can use Slintel to find customers for competing technologies and the complete tech stack of any company that you are going after. A Slintel subscription is the best way to wade through the hordes of unorganized data to make way for categorized data with actual usage for your sales and marketing teams. Try out Slintel today.

Varsha Soni

Varsha Soni

Varsha Soni manages Content Marketing and Media at Slintel. She is wildly passionate about writing and is a leader in building content targeted at Marketing & Sales specialists.

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