By: Bridget Jones
Simply put — it’s a tool used to aid decision-making. Often displayed in the form of spreadsheets, financial modeling uses real-world financial situations to help companies define their strategies, create business models, avoid bankruptcy and make improved decisions. Here at Chisel, we are deeply concerned about founders and their progress. Founders deserve to have a clear understanding of their numbers.
These numbers help us. We’re measuring performance. And performance affects bottom lines, the quality of our lived experiences and our futures.
FinRoth helps unite user and business needs to support a stronger economy for all of us. To learn more about how financial modeling affects deal flow and valuations, feel free to reach out to our Chief Revenue & Growth Strategist, Sunaina at email@example.com.