All plans start with a 14-Day Free Trial!


  • 14 Days Free
  • One Pie
  • Unlimited Team Members
  • $9.95/month


  • 14 Days Free
  • One Pie
  • Unlimited Team Members
  • $99.95/year

3 Year Plan

  • 14 Days Free
  • One Pie
  • Unlimited Team Members
  • $199.95/3 Years

The Pie Slicer Follows the Slicing Pie Formula

The Slicing Pie Pie Slicer application will help you and your team keep track of your individual contributions and calculate the pie based on the calculations in Slicing Pie. Keep track of time, expenses, supplies, equipment, royalties on ideas, commissions on sales and any other contribution an individual could make.

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The Home screen shows all team members and their current slice of the pie. Easily add contributions for individual members, add or draw funds from the Well and monitor each person’s share.

Contributor View

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Team members can submit their own contributions through their own account which provides a limited view of the pie. They will only see their own slice against the whole pie, they will not see the contributions of others.

Pie Settings

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Pie administrators have control over the factors in the pie’s calculations on the Settings tab. They can set salaries, change commission and royalty rates, and add projects for more detailed tracking.

Contribution Log

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The Contributions tab provides a sort-able list of all the teams contributions providing invaluable insight to the activities of the business.


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The Summary tab shows the current cap table and the net contributions of each team member.


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When team members are removed the Pie Slicer applies termination rules as outlined in Slicing Pie. Team members always know where they stand and each person always has what they deserve!



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  • ryan

    I need to setup a partition and I can not figure out how to do that in the shreadsheet nor in thepieslicer. Please tell me how to add a partition.

    • The spreadsheet and the software won’t help you manage a partition because it just divides up what’s left. You shouldn’t use a partition anyway. I regret putting that in the book and will remove it from future updates… It’s not really fair!

      • ryan

        Thanks for the reply. I’ve been building a business on my owner for the last 7 years and current annual profit is about $150,000. I have reached a point where I am positioned well for significant growth and have started working with two grunts that I would like to share equity with. I thought a partition would be perfect for this situation. I wouldn’t know where to begin with trying to calculate my share of the pie. Also considering my contribution to then company I want to insure that my share is always greater than 50%. My plan was to partition 50% and then share the rest between myself and the other grunts. Wouldn’t the partition be handled the same way as if an investor purchased a specific share of the company? How would that be reflected in the spreadsheet or software?

        • The spreadsheet and software don’t accommodate a partition. You can do a retrofit with this tool:

          The model will always give you what you deserve to have. If you deserve 50% the model will give you 50%. I understand the desire for controlling interest, but giving yourself a fixed split isn’t the best way to do it. Putting up more than 50% if the risk is.

          If you do use a partition for 50% you simply apply the Slicing Pie split to the remaining 50%. You, too, should participate in the Slicing Pie model.

  • Ian De Cou

    I´m having trouble when changing my password. Is there any support e-mail where I can send the report?

    • Sorry for the late reply, yes, you can contact us through the site…did you figure that out already?

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  • mikeumus

    Is there an API on the roadmap by any chance? 🙂

    • Nothing yet, but I’d love to know what you have in mind!

      • Jason Asbahr

        Offhand, automatic logging from third party time tracker software would be a handy use case needing an API.

        • Which tracker do you use?

          • Jason Asbahr


  • Mohamed Lebda

    Hi, is there a possible integration with Harvest app? Or alternatively a mobile app where individual members can set their own contributions especially time!
    Our team got used to the ease of time and expense entry on Harvest mobile app, as you recommended in Slicing Pie. Thx

    Btw. Big fan, great book & stellar app!

    • Mobile app…maybe, Harvest integration…probably not. When I wrote Slicing Pie I did not have the Slicing Pie App built yet so I recommended Harvest. I still like Harvest, but there are lots of other time-tracking tools out there and I don’t know how much value-add I could create through integrations at this point. You can use harvest to track time and expenses and then create an invoice that you can enter into the Pie Slicer

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  • Mike Brown

    Beware guys, this software has so many bugs. Have been waiting for months for them to send me passwords that work for my team members. They are really slow to respond, if at all, to email queries and there is no telephone number to call. If they get it sorted and improve on customer service then great, but in the meantime I wouldn’t waste your money or time.

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  • Katherine Kuzmeskas

    Hi, it would be awesome if you could do API w Harvest (or other hourly tracking tool). We use Harvest + asana Prj Mgmt tool to track hours and tasks completed.

  • John Martin

    If I begin using the free Slicing Pie Excel spreadsheet, can I later import the spreadsheet into the paid subscription online tool?

    • Hi John,

      While there is not an import tool for the spreadsheet you can get started with the Pie Slicer by making initial cash and non-cash entries for each participant. The online tool is easier to use than the spreadsheet.


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  • Chip Stem

    Has anyone used the software for company ESOPs?

    • Slicing Pie is for early-stage, bootstrapped startups. ESOPs are generally used in more established companies with an underlying valuation.

  • Mike

    Can the software do what the book refers to as “calibration”? Can it split different grunts or different sectors of the business up where they each have their own “sub-pie” which is then divided in accordance with what each member contributed? Simple stupid example = the engineers don’t get marketing pie unless they contribute to marketing in a meaningful way.

    • Technically, yes, but I don’t recommend taking that approach because it’s not fair. It was a mistake to include that in the book and I did take it out of The Slicing Pie Handbook. The model works when you apply it as described, customization will only make it less fair.

  • Mike

    Am I able to change subscriptions, or do you have to know which one you want on the front end?

    • Unfortunately, it’s not possible to change payment plans…