Scenario Planning: Building Financial Forecasts in the COVID-19 Era
Posted 23 September by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Budget, Cash Flow, CFO, COVID-19, Integrations, The Forecast, Tools and Resources

The way that you build your financial forecasts has likely changed in the last year. It likely had to. These turbulent times have left few companies unaffected.  The assumptions you used to make your predictions on are likely outdated. The numbers you need to look at have changed. Your ability to look at what has […]

Transparently Communicating Strategic Priorities to Banks and Investors
Posted 17 September by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Budget, Cash Flow, CFO, Entrepreneur, Small Business

As this global health crisis continues to dominate everything we do in business and our daily lives, finding the best way to move forward is paramount. How companies react to the stresses of this time will have profound effects on how they perform in the future. Strategy is a trying game, and prioritizing initiatives makes […]

Bringing Back Consumer Confidence in the COVID-Era
Posted 16 September by Jay Owen in Cash Flow, COVID-19, Culture, Feature Focus

Consumer confidence isn’t very high right now. That’s not a surprise, and we all know why it’s happening. While optimism did have a comeback earlier in the summer, as COVID-19 cases spike due to the re-openings, the numbers are tanking again. But with two thirds of the U.S. economy riding on consumer spending, answering what to […]

Meaningful Data in Cash Flow Management Solutions
Posted 04 September by Jay Owen in Accounting, Advisory, Budget, Cash Flow, Tools and Resources

At the turn of the century, the use of data brought about a paradigm shift in the way we do business. With the age of information underway, having data was a major business advantage and allowed better financial forecasting. Jump forward to today and the role that data plays has changed.  Anymore, it isn’t about […]

Why Law Firms Should Use Dryrun for Cash Management
Posted 04 September by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Cash Flow, School for SaaS Tools

Dryrun in your legal practice is sound advice Generally speaking, lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct and Paralegal Rules of Conduct indicate that neither lawyers nor paralegals may appropriate any funds of the client held in trust, or otherwise under the control of the lawyer or paralegal, for or on account of fees.* *qualifications apply; obviously […]

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