Some may call this approach to financial transparency radical, and we’re okay with that!
Tag: Small business
Building a strong and scalable business model can help your business grow instead of fail.
We built AutoCFO because we believe business owners and startup founders need real-time, clear financial data along with access to fractional CFOs.
Being an entrepreneur is no easy task. Here are some of the tougher parts of becoming an entrepreneur.
Investors are going to want to know about your burn rate. Are you prepared to give them the answers they need?
To grow a strong business, your startup needs to start with a good business model
If you want to run a successful business you need to be honest with yourself about if what you’re doing is really working
It can be easy for burned out founders to put off tasks, both big and small. Learn how outsourcing your back office can help lighten the load.
Are you ready to fall back in love with building your business? Discover the 3 biggest shifts you need to make as a business owner that will enable you to grow fearlessly through strategic investment.
At AutoCFO, we love continuous accounting! Continuous accounting is simply a method of accounting where information is input into the financial system on a consistent, frequent basis.
Your business has been steadily growing, but now you’ve hit a plateau. What’s holding your business back? The likely culprit is data.
Yes, I’m talking about personal finance on a business blog. For entrepreneurs, personal and professional finances are pretty intertwined.
The modern world needs live, real-time data streams while the tech stack for small business owners is constantly evolving. Welcome to the world of real-time financial data and live, easily updated forecasting.
AutoCFO is excited to announce our new partnership with Astrella, a cloud-based SaaS solution by AST.
How much time does it take to answer a “simple” question like, “What was our revenue for X customer last month?” I once had a private equity investor grumble at me with a tone of complete and utter annoyance. He had asked one of our portfolio company’s controllers that question and received the response, “Can I get back to you on that tomorrow?”