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 […]

Business Case: Medical Practice
Posted 17 January by Barb Easter in Advisory, Case Studies, CFO

Just like other organizations, medical practices seek awareness of short-term gaps to avoid cash flow shortages and need a way to communicate operations to colleagues and staff. Typical Case Established a multi-practitioner medical office experiences volatility in payables, receivables, and expenses due to the timing of insurance payments, patient refunds, and large biweekly payroll expenses, […]

Aeble Business Services
Posted 11 April by Barb Easter in Case Studies

If a client calls and asks, “Can I afford X, Y, or Z.” or “I want to compare the burn rate on staffing and travel against the PO value if I sell X at this rate,” the data is instantly available. My employees can do a quick scenario and the answer is right there. Tammy […]

VIDEO: Dryrun Customer Guy Bauer Discusses Cash Flow Management with Dryrun
Posted 09 May by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Budget, Case Studies, Cash Flow, Customer Testimonials, Entrepreneur, Small Business, Videos

Dryrun customer, Guy Bauer, from Guy Bauer Productions, a rapidly growing Chicago-based video production company tells the story of his business to Barbara Easter, Director of Partnerships at Dryrun. Guy shares how he started his business, the big challenges he faced and how he grew his business to the point that they’re opening a second […]

Cash Flow Forecasting as a Team Sport
Posted 01 March by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Bookkeeping, Case Studies, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun, discusses how businesses and finance pros can work together to give small business the best optics for the least work. Transcription: Hi there, this is Blaine Bertsch with Dryrun. Today I am going to talk a little bit about how small business owners and their financial professionals or pro advisors can […]

Wondersauce Case Study
Posted 17 May by Blaine Bertsch in Accounting, Budget, Case Studies, Cash Flow, Entrepreneur, Small Business

Eric Mayville is a co-founder of New York creative agency, Wondersauce. Founded in 2012, the rapidly growing company currently employs seventy people in New York and an additional ten in their Columbus, Ohio Office.