Forecasting your cash-flow provides you with valuable insight required to make key decisions for your business, yet doing it in a spreadsheet isn’t without its issues:
When forecasting is a hassle, you do it less often, or just go back to regular work. As a result, you can quickly lose your handle on your business’s cash-flow… Not a good thing!
How much easier would your job be if cash-flow forecasting was so frictionless that it was almost... fun? Imagine:
Also, you could ditch that laborious spreadsheet.
Well, now you can!
When you master your cash-flow forecasting with WiseCash, you can:
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“ The financial visibility WiseCash brings me is critical for 3 reasons:
1) Reduce the daily stress, already high due to running a web-agency!
2) Ease decision-making on purchases/investments, recruiting + bonuses for my team.
3) Efficiently envision and plan our long-term strategy. ”
— Emeline Bulcourt, CEO, Impala Webstudio
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When you use WiseCash to forecast your cash-flow, you get the benefit of using a tool designed to help you quickly and easily answer these questions:
As important as these answers are, we also know that financial planning is not the only job you’ll have today. WiseCash helps you get those answers fast so you can carry on with your day!
We get two awesome benefits from using WiseCash:
1) Forecasting - Being able to plug in our transactions and see roughly where we'll be at in the coming weeks or months. This is really valuable when negotiating new projects as we know what our "runway" looks like and we can act accordingly.
2) Hypotheticals - How will adding a new employee affect our cash flow? What about distributing bonuses? By creating hypothetical transactions, we can see how investment or purchasing decisions will affect cash flow, which provides better insight into making a good decision. ”
— Thomas Weigt, Co-Founder, BitSuites, LLC