Being an early finance hire at your startup doesn't come without its set of challenges. We run through common pitfalls, how to manage them, and how you can succeed in your role. This blog is a follow up to our first article 'Your first 90 days as a start-up finance leader'.
Virtual cards are a great tool for finance leaders to manage cash flow. Adopting them in your business can bring many cost benefits and remove unnecessary financial stress. We looked at the best ways you can implement virtual cards in your business.
Congratulations! You’ve joined a startup! Your first 90 days are crucial to ensuring your success in the company. To help you with this transition, we've crowdsourced some of the best actionable advice from finance leaders across APAC.
Are you considering upgrading your accounting system? It’s a good problem to have, it normally means you’re growing. It’s a huge decision to migrate from QuickBooks or Xero and cost aside, it can be a lengthy and expensive process if approached incorrectly. This guide explores why you would migrate to NetSuite and if you do, the best practices to ensure your implementation runs smoothly.
Ever wondered how the best finance leaders operate? We certainly have, that’s why we’ve collated the best advice from global scale-up companies such as Propeller Aero, Airwallex, LegalVision, Car Next Door, Nutromics and many more to gain insight into how you can optimise your cost structure and reduce your expenses.
So far, we’ve connected with 400+ employees from scale ups all across Australia and New Zealand. For the first time ever, we’re sharing the top seven apps that our users love, number five may surprise you.
Popular software such as Slack, Microsoft Teams and Zoom have been implemented company wide to make remote work easier. For only a few dollars per employee, it’s never been so easy to try a new piece of software. What many don’t realise though is that SME’s are spending a whopping $2500 (USD) per employee, per year and this amount is only expected to increase.
Ultimately though, we found asking other companies what they use as the most effective method. That’s why we’ve collated the 7 most important SaaS apps (in no particular order) that we couldn’t survive without.
Spreadsheets are useful, however those columns and rows simply aren’t built to manage everything. When it comes to managing SaaS (software subscriptions), renewals, cancellation dates or usage costs, this issue becomes even more apparent.
The sentiment amongst many new and existing Australian companies feels strong. After many discussions with start-up, scale-ups and established companies, it feels like the Australian tech ecosystem is up to the challenge
We spoke with nearly a hundred team leaders across Australia to discover how they managed everything SaaS related. Here’s what we learnt: