Your business is unique - Predict has that covered.

Your business has a unique version of all of those things, and will of course continue to in the future. Predict is really good at understanding these nuances so that you make the right choices; giving you your own business “Sat Nav” that takes every one of these unique things into consideration, in calculating your predictions.

Your business is unique - Predict has that covered.

Why predict is the future of small business forecasting and financial management

Traditional cash flow forecasting for (small) businesses can be generic in its approach to past and present data. (Small) business forecasting and financial management of the modern (small) business needs to be a lot more adaptle to the individual (small) business owners and their business strategy.

Traditional cash flow forecasting
Traditional cash flow forecasting for (small) businesses can be generic in its approach to past and present data.

Individual forecasting for (small) businesses

We all know that a digital marketing agency is different from a city center restaurant. But that restaurant will also be vastly different from your local artisan cafe. It will also in turn be different from my local artisan cafe. Every business, while sharing common themes with others is still unique. It’s a living breathing thing that will change every day. Your typical cash flow forecast and how much money you have is just one area that will take your focus, but your business is also about sales, and business-related expenses, business assets, and people, and tax obligations, business credit, profit and loss statement, and customers, and suppliers, and marketing, and ROI, and funding, and products and services. Every one of those things has a reliance or dependency on others, which means, take a wrong turn over here and you’ll get tripped up over there. Business finances are a complicated network of factors, which is what thorough financial planning is key.

We all know that a digital marketing agency is different from a city center restaurant. But that restaurant will also be vastly different from your local artisan cafe.

Your business deserves a unique treatment for its unique vision

You are the business owner - you know: your business has a unique version of all of those things, and will of course continue to in the future - business planning for your own business should be flexible and adaptable. So should your financial forecasting. Predict is really good at understanding these nuances so that you make the right choices; giving you your own business “Sat Nav” that takes every one of these unique things into consideration, in calculating your predictions. It plugs into your business's accounting software. And just like having a team of CFOs by your side every day, it’ll show you which direction to take, with no, effort, on your, part.

Predict is really good at understanding these nuances so that you make the right choices; giving you your own business “Sat Nav” that takes every one of these unique things into consideration, in calculating your predictions.

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