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About PlaceCPM with Co-Founder and CEO, Brandon Metcalf.
About PlaceCPM with Co-Founder and CEO, Brandon Metcalf.

Hear from Brandon Metcalf, Place’s Co-Founder and CEO, as he describes the power of this suite of forecasting and consolidation tools, built on the Salesforce Platform.

Luke Zimbelman / October 20, 2020

Place Technology Announces Its Fall ‘20 Release Including Consolidations, Multi-Currency and Salesforce Sales Cloud Integration
The Case for FP&A in Salesforce with RoyCon and Blueprint Advisory
The Case for FP&A in Salesforce with RoyCon and Blueprint Advisory

Does mixing accounting and Salesforce sound like oil and water? We’re diving into the delightful efficiency and accuracy gains for both realms.

Luke Zimbelman / September 8, 2020

Cash Flow & Forecasting Advice for Startups – with Stacklist
Cash Flow & Forecasting Advice for Startups – with Stacklist

Many early-stage founders while focusing on building their products and getting users may be overlooking some of the more basic, but core parts of their business around their cash and financials. This, of course, is not wise as you should always be keeping track of your cash and start good financial habits in the beginning. […]

Luke Zimbelman / August 25, 2020

Entrepreneurship During A Pandemic: Why Right Now Could Be A Great Time To Start A Business
Entrepreneurship During A Pandemic: Why Right Now Could Be A Great Time To Start A Business

Personally, I don’t think there’s ever a “right time” to start a business. If you look at the last big financial recession, a lot of powerful companies came out of the housing crisis of 2008, and a lot of powerful companies failed. And if you compare that to two or so years ago, when the […]

Brandon Metcalf / June 11, 2020

82% Of Small Businesses Fail Because They Mismanage Cash Flow. But This 1 Simple Tweak Can Help Keep Your Company Alive
82% Of Small Businesses Fail Because They Mismanage Cash Flow. But This 1 Simple Tweak Can Help Keep Your Company Alive

There is a common misconception in the world of entrepreneurship that businesses fail because they simply aren’t generating enough cash.

Luke Zimbelman / January 15, 2020