The new ProjectionSmart is here! We kept the best part about ProjectionSmart unchanged: ProjectionSmart is still so simple that anyone can use it! The Process There is only one program now for both startups and existing companies, and you can choose 12 or 24 months for your projection. We’ve improved the look and feel and streamlined the flow between screens, and we made sure to keep the same, easy-to-follow 1... [continue reading]
The ProjectionSmart Blog
We want to share with you our thoughts on business projections, cash management, small business, entrepreneurship, finance, startups, and business planning.
You’re just a few days away from seeing the new ProjectionSmart! We kept the best parts of ProjectionSmart unchanged. ProjectionSmart remains your monthly roadmap to financial success. We help you look forward with your financials, not just backward! You’ll make more informed decisions when you see your future and understand the numbers of your business. You’ll still find these great features: Import your history from QuickBooks Online Generate a full business projection in just minutes ... [continue reading]
It's been a while since you've heard from us, but we have big news coming in the next few days. We've been busy improving ProjectionSmart. We've made it more streamlined and kept the same great simplicity that you have told us you like. ProjectionSmart will help you see your future and understand your numbers better than ever. Stay tuned for more ... [continue reading]
In 1995 Michael Gerber wrote the classic business book The E-Myth. The “E” stands for entrepreneur and is not a reference to anything digital. Gerber’s Entrepreneur Myth goes like this. You have some incredible skill, something that you really enjoy doing and which you are really good at. The book uses the example of a woman who is a fabulous baker. She has learned her trade very well, she makes great pies, and her employer sells lots of her pies. Over time this woman suffers what Gerber calls the En... [continue reading]
Sadly, one of every two startup businesses fails within the first three years. But it’s possible to increase your odds by more than 50%. The number one criterion that separates successful startups from failed startups is this: Understanding the numbers of your business. Think about this. You know what you’re going to sell. You know who your customers will be, and you know how you’re going to market. But are you confident you’re charging enough? What will your startup costs come to? How much cash d... [continue reading]
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"ProjectionSmart is an exceptional tool to help study financials and prepare projections. With little to no background in accounting, I have found this to be an amazing tool and resource for my business. It is really easy to use with excellent support if you need additional help. I would recommend this program to small business owners or anyone who seeks help in this area."
~ Stephanie, Small business owner
"As someone with little business experience, ProjectionSmart took the fear out of creating a business plan. It helped make the numbers easy to understand and surprisingly fun!"
~ Elizabeth, entrepreneur
"ProjectionSmart Startup was incredibly helpful in allowing me to process and display data from my future business in a way that was easy to both read and understand."
~ Joel, small business owner