Place Technology Launches PlaceCPM to Simplify Financial Forecasting & Business Planning
Place Technology Launches PlaceCPM to Simplify Financial Forecasting & Business Planning

The Salesforce powered application is an all-in-one corporate performance management solution for small and medium businesses. Predicting and managing the future just got easier. PlaceCPM combines transactional-level financial and cash forecasting, budgeting, modeling, consolidations and core planning with advanced collaboration, workflows, reporting and visualization tools in one easy to use application natively built on the […]

Danielle South / November 12, 2019

Why Every Founder Should Be Thinking About Forecasting Differently
Why Every Founder Should Be Thinking About Forecasting Differently

Startups are constantly growing and changing. Proper forecasting lets you move forward confidently and make more informed decisions. Creating financial models and making projections puts you in touch with the actual status of your business. It helps you foresee potential problems, make better decisions, and measure the impact of those decisions. 

Brandon Metcalf / November 12, 2019

Place Technology Announces Raising $3 Million In Funding
Place Technology Announces Raising $3 Million In Funding

Place Technology, makers of the Salesforce powered corporate performance management solution, PlaceCPM, today announced that the company has raised $3 million in funding to fuel its growth and initial product launch. 

Danielle South / October 8, 2019

7 Books That Changed The Way I Think About Entrepreneurship
7 Books That Changed The Way I Think About Entrepreneurship

Soaking in others’ experiences and applying them to your own is incredibly interesting and valuable. Sometimes, you agree with the author’s perspective. Other times you don’t. But either way, as an entrepreneur, it’s fun to imagine what would happen if you took the same path at your own business.

Brandon Metcalf / September 10, 2019

3 Keys to Healthy Company Culture at Place Technology
3 Keys to Healthy Company Culture at Place Technology

Company culture influences every aspect of your business, from decision-making to core values to hiring processes. That’s why I often say that culture should come before everything else, including clients and shareholders. But building and maintaining a healthy culture is a challenge, especially for constantly evolving startups. At high-growth companies, change sometimes feels like the only constant.

Brandon Metcalf / August 27, 2019

8 Tips For Fostering Genuine Connections In Your Career
8 Tips For Fostering Genuine Connections In Your Career

In the business world, relationships are everything. That’s why, even though I’ve moved around a lot during my career, I stayed at each company for at least a couple of years—it takes at least that long to really connect with people. 

Brandon Metcalf / August 14, 2019

8 Strategies to Find Work-Life Balance from a Serial Entrepreneur
8 Strategies to Find Work-Life Balance from a Serial Entrepreneur

One thing I’ve learned over the past decade is that there’s no such thing as work-life balance—especially if you’re an entrepreneur. I don’t mean that you can’t be successful and still have personal and family time. Carving out space for priorities outside of work is absolutely critical. But my professional life is fully ingrained with […]

Brandon Metcalf / March 7, 2019

How Business Leaders Can Make Better Software Decisions
How Business Leaders Can Make Better Software Decisions

The reality is, a lot of the business software out there isn’t great. (Especially for the staffing and recruitment industries.) It’s complicated, it’s expensive, and it’s time consuming to rip out old systems and implement new ones. Consumers don’t need training, support, or thick manuals of documentation to operate their iPhone or use Amazon. Yet […]

Danielle South / January 2, 2019

The Difference Between Hammers and Business Software
The Difference Between Hammers and Business Software

Most businesses mistake software for a “tool.” A tool has a particular function but no perspective. A hammer, for example, is agnostic. It isn’t made with an opinion about when, how, and why a carpenter should hammer things. The tool adapts to the user.

Brandon Metcalf / December 19, 2018