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
Pivoting is necessary for any startup to succeed. But knowing when, how, and why you should pivot is the key.
Brandon Metcalf / September 30, 2020
What happens when user-friendly accounting is united with the world’s leading CRM?
Luke Zimbelman / September 25, 2020
What would you do with a 360° financial view of your business? What insights would you uncover, and how would it affect your budget or strategy?
Luke Zimbelman / September 16, 2020
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 and profit are two completely different things. Are you making decisions off the latter or the former?
Brandon Metcalf / July 27, 2020
Accurate forecasts drive business decisions. The problem is, the time and effort required to produce and maintain accurate forecasts can be daunting at best.
Luke Zimbelman / July 1, 2020
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
PlaceCPM allows managers to accurately forecast and determine the true costs of their decisions.
Brandon Metcalf / January 8, 2020
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 […]
Luke Zimbelman / January 2, 2019
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