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 […]

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 […]

Dryrun Walkthrough – Quick Start
Posted 09 October by Barb Easter in Dryrun Updates, News, Tools and Resources, Uncategorized, Videos

Businesses and advisors alike will benefit by watching this walkthrough video of first steps in Dryrun’s cash flow forecasting software. Book your free consultation today to get your forecast up and running smoothly. Published 7-Oct-2019

Why make forecasting ‘fast and easy’?
Posted 10 September by Barb Easter in Advisory, Uncategorized

Shouldn’t we be really knuckling down to figure this stuff out…ASAP? Nope. No business processes change overnight. There is always lag. Accept this and use it to your advantage. Before the late 00’s and all the way back to the beginning of, well, accounting and bookkeeping – there’s always been a struggle with data transfer. […]

We’re REALLY committed to your success
Posted 03 September by Barb Easter in Culture, Uncategorized

Listen – Selling cash flow software is a hard gig. All over the world and in astonishing numbers, people think that that saving money is the same as making money. People think that ignoring their cash flow problems instead of proactively and habitually dealing with them is effective. via GIPHY Cash flow illiteracy is a […]

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 […]