If you are interested in learning more about cash flow management, then you should follow Barb Easter, Blaine Bertsch, and Jeremy (JD) Burke from Dryrun - Cash Flow Management Software. These hyperlinks will take you to their LinkedIn pages.
Why would I recommend you follow someone else and not spend all of your cash flow time on my posts and articles?
A few reasons:
1. They have a great point of view
2. They work with end-users and finance professionals from all over the world
3. DryRun is the best cash flow management software I have seen so far for businesses over about $1 Million in revenue
4. They are educating the marketplace
I'd love feedback on what you think about DryRun software.
Do you use cash flow management software? Or spreadsheets?
If so, I'd love to hear your opinion on your software or why you use spreadsheets.
What do you like? What doesn't work? What else do you need?
Let me know in the comments below!
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I love seeing the wide variety of businesses around the world. It’s one of the reasons that I enjoy working with small to medium sized businesses – there is so much variety and so many ways that people have figured out how to make money. They are so innovative, and it seems like it would be so fun to be part of the team!
These companies generally have:
After that the business often has weak spots. They generally lack systems and operations that will allow them to scale, especially when it comes to accounting, finance, and cash management.
Between my experience and the conversations that I’ve had with various accountants, bookkeepers, and business consultants, I’m convinced that 90% or more of small and medium sized businesses don’t have good financial management. This includes basic...