Free up time to focus on mission critical areas by putting administrative tasks on autopilot with intuitive online tools that can do the heavy lifting for you.
Running a small business can make you feel like you’re stuck in a circus-juggling act. It’s difficult enough to keep the doors open and make sure your employees get paid without the added pressure of tracking your cash flow and keeping your books.
It can seem near impossible to find the time or energy to harness the passion that got you into business in the first place. Much less focus on sales, customer service and other areas that require your immediate attention.
Financial management shouldn’t feel like a full-time job. There’s no better time than right now to get a handle on overwhelming administrative tasks so you can get back to the heart of your business.
FINSYNC is here to help! We’ve got three intuitive tools to help you win the battle against runaway financial management once and for all.
Automate Your Accounting
Are you tired of spending endless hours filling in spreadsheets? Is your budget a little too tight to hire a full-time bookkeeper? We hear you. Fortunately, there’s an easier — and less expensive — way to get a handle on your accounting. In a word: automate.
It’s never been easier to sync up your finances with a sophisticated online tool that can take care of your accounting automatically. Simply import your bank transactions, and they’ll be automatically categorized for you on a complete general ledger. Easily track your expenses, tackle month-end reconciliation, and prepare your taxes in a fraction of the time.
You can also generate reports that make it simple to drill down to the details you need. Bottom line? Automating your accounting is a shortcut to actionable insights that can help you make better business decisions.
Invoice on Autopilot
Are you still spending time writing checks, preparing invoices and mailing all of the above? What if you could pay vendors or collect payment for your goods and services with the click of a button? It’s that easy with invoicing software that can save you hours on administrative tasks.
Set up recurring invoice schedules and auto payments to shrink your to-do list. Skip those excruciating calls to overdue clients with alerts that automatically remind customers when payments are due — or past due.
Invoicing on autopilot saves ample time and makes it easier for you to both collect and make payments. The benefits extend to your clients by making it easier for them to pay you, which can help you get paid faster and keep your cash flow solidly in the green.
Simplify Cash Flow Management
You know how important it is to monitor your cash flow, but somehow keeping track of the money that flows in and out of your business can seem like an overwhelming task. What if we told you that cash flow management doesn’t have to be difficult?
Beyond helping you get a handle on your current cash flow, intuitive online tools can make it easy to spot trends and plan for the future with automatic projections based on your history. Once you can see where your cash flow is going, it’s easy to make adjustments and schedule payments to avoid a dreaded shortfall that can put you in the red.
Visualize your past, present and future with the help of automatically generated charts and graphs that give you a picture of your cash flow that’s easy to comprehend — and act upon.
The Power of Consolidation
How many different apps, passwords and software systems does it take to run your business? If you’re still keeping track of a slew of disparate systems to handle various financial management tasks, consider improving your efficiency by consolidating your efforts onto one system.
When you sync your finances on FINSYNC’s platform, you get access to all of the tools you need to automate your accounting, invoice on autopilot and easily analyze your cash flow. In other words, you can automate your back office from a single platform with one password.
Simplify your financial management to save time, get more mileage out of your resources, and maybe even get back to all of those things that inspired you to build your business in the first place.