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"StartupModels makes it super easy to develop your own model without having to be a financial expert. The built in logic allows you to create projected financials that can be presented directly to potential investors. Great tool!" -Ryan B.
"Great model... finally an excel-based tool that works for business planning and financial modeling. What I like most about the document is that it is flexible and is easy to change over time as your business model changes over time. Definitely a tool that is worth every penny!" -Steven B.
"Great!! Has helped me overcome many obstacles. Very professional and very well landed. Also the comunicación was more than expected with Mike. Thank you." -Fernando P.
"This model was instrumental in finally creating a sales forecast that matched our real numbers. We were within 90% accuracy every single month. This has allowed us to make better, more informed purchasing and hiring decisions as we've scaled our business. Very easy to use once you plug-in the numbers for your business!" -Kaylee Williams
"Many startups typically don't capture all of their expenses and they rarely account for risk assumptions. The SaaS Financial Model forces teams to think about all potential inputs and is a great first step for these early stage ventures to start to see a realistic picture for growth. That dose of reality and how it is managed can make or break a startup. It informs where further work is needed and teams can focus accordingly. Recommended!" -Kerty Levy
"The legal structure of a new business is usually considered the most complex exercise by a founder. Yet, it is the financials of the company that are key to the business' operations and success. A financial model is the starting blueprint of a company's future and needs attention early (and often).
I've known this model since its inception nearly five years ago and seen it mature to fit a business' need. Given that many startups today are focused on SaaS service or software model, this specific model addresses the nuances of the small but agile team's expenses, the company's own assets and leased services, the periodic revenue recognition of subscription fees, renewal rates, attrition, commissions paid and much much more.
Whether you are planning to raise funds from angels, the local government, economic development, venture capitalists or the bank, a believable financial picture based upon realistic assumptions is a must and this model will get you on your way to doing just that. It hides the complexities of calculations very well (though you can see and vet all of them) and prepares summary reports that can be easily printed/shared." -Tej Dhawan