Download Your ‘4 Stages of Cash Flow’ Resource
Posted 21 May by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business, Tools and Resources

Get started on your (or your clients‘) cash flow. Download, print or email Dryrun’s ‘4 Stages of Cash Flow’ to take the first step. Cash flow can affect a business in lots of ways. While your business is unique, there are four common stages where leveraging cash flow management can net big returns…both for improving […]

Re-Ordering AP and AR
Posted 17 May by Barb Easter in Uncategorized

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A customer conscientiously checks the invoice you mailed to them – net 30. Customer: *Pays* via GIPHY When payables and receivables are out of order and cash is tight, the disorder creates an instability in the business. This type of a ‘perfect storm’ can result in business closure…even […]

Download Dryrun’s Cash Flow Iceburg Resource
Posted 17 May by Barb Easter in Accounting, Advisory, Bookkeeping, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business, Tools and Resources

Trying to explain cash flow to yourself or your clients? We’ve got some great material for talking points. Download, print or email Dryrun’s ‘Cash Flow Iceburg’ to take the first step. Cash flow can affect a business in lots of ways and there’s often a lot more going on than appears to be happening on the […]

Dryrun: Team Expansion
Posted 07 May by Barb Easter in Dryrun Updates, Uncategorized

Edmonton, AB | May 2019 – For Immediate Release Dryrun Welcomes Director of Business Development The Dryrun team is very pleased to welcome Jeremy Burke as Director of Business Development. Jeremy will direct Dryrun’s business development team to growth across Dryrun’s channels to help businesses and their accountants manage and forecast cash flow. A veteran […]

Costs: Accounting vs Analysis
Posted 25 April by Barb Easter in Accounting, Budget, Cash Flow, Videos

Accountants should look toward using data to analyze costs rather than simply accounting for them. Dynamic management and forecasting of costs rather than static reporting is a value added service to business clients. Transcription: Good morning everybody. Barb from Dryrun here, we are cashflow forecasting software out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Today I’d like to […]

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