Dryrun Feature Release 65
Posted 24 February by Barb Easter in Uncategorized

Hold on tight, it’s a whopper! Dependencies Kind of a big deal – Dryrun has taken the functionality of the ‘Add Item’ feature and majorly amped up its performance by allowing users to add ‘dependent’ child items to the classic ‘parent’ items. add child items to ‘Add item’ modal add percent field to child item […]

Feature Focus: Consolidating Data
Posted 20 February by Barb Easter in Case Studies, Cash Flow, Feature Focus, Tools and Resources

Multiple entities are no problem to model in Dryrun’s system Feature Basics Available on Dryrun’s Advanced plan and Partner plans, consolidate allows uses to merge scenarios to view complex or multi-tentity what-ifs. Enter an existing Forecast that contains 2 or more scenarios that are relevant to each other. Hover over the Forecast Title to access […]

Dryrun is the Bridge Between Cash Flow Strategy & Ops
Posted 11 February by Barb Easter in Advisory, CFO

Hi there, Barb Easter here. I’m the Director of Client Success at Dryrun, the world’s foremost cash flow modeling and management tool based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. What follows is a neatened transcript of the above video. Cash Flow is a Deep Concept So, from time to time I have these ideas that I’m pondering […]

Feature Focus: Importing Bills or Transactions?
Posted 28 January by Barb Easter in Case Studies, Cash Flow, Feature Focus, Tools and Resources

How to predict, manage and model your credit card bills AND transactions with Dryrun. Feature Basics Dryrun’s import settings pulls in expenses from the accounts you select – this data could be entered manually in Sage Intacct, Xero or Quickbooks Online, or could consist of reconciled bank feed data – either of which is then […]

Feature Focus: Why Use Scenario Refresh
Posted 21 January by Barb Easter in Case Studies, Cash Flow, Feature Mini Case, Tools and Resources

With two refresh options, Dryrun appears to overthink user experience, however, a manual refresh option at both the forecast and scenario level is evidence of the power and control that Dryrun users have in modeling out their future ‘what ifs’ Feature Basics While many of the API processes run automatically in the background, Dyrun’s Refresh […]

Knowledge Base Now Built-in to Dryrun
Posted 17 January by Blaine Bertsch in Uncategorized

No need to leave your forecast to explore the Dryrun Knowledge Base. It’s now in line with the chat/help bubble in the bottom-right-hand corner of your screen when you’re in Dryrun. This move will make the knowledge base easier to keep up to date and on par with the rapid pace of our development, and […]

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