Stop asking “What if?” Instead, make projections that will help you see actual outcomes.
What if we land that big project? How much revenue do all my pending proposals add up to? How many different spreadsheets can I possibly keep track of?
Create inactive project categories to keep track of your pending projects before they get the green light.
When pending projects are ready to go, you can activate them to add that proposed revenue into actual revenue.
See how additional revenue might impact your bottom line.
Do I need to get more projects done this quarter to meet my goal?
The Dashboard is your crystal ball.
As a small business owner, you have to keep your eyes on the future while you have your head down in the trenches. You need a tool that helps you chart a course for growth and helps you see if you’re getting there.
Your monthly goal is always clearly visible at the top of your Dashboard.
Your variance (plus or minus) from your monthly goal is calculated automatically.
You’ll have the peace of mind of knowing exactly where you stand at any time of the month.
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A goal without a plan is just a wish.
Sure, you want to grow your business, but you have to define your goals in order to reach them.
Easily set and manage your goals for the growth of your business.
Monitor your progress and see exactly how close you are to reaching those goals anytime with a quick peek at your Dashboard.
Whether your goals include expanding your facility, hiring new team members or launching a new product, it all comes down to having the cash flow to make it happen.
Am I in over my head?
FuelGauge helps you determine when to wave the white flag and get some help.
If you’re looking at your FuelGauge Dashboard and you see a huge spike in anticipated revenue a few months down the line, that’s awesome. It means your business is doing great. It also means (unless you’ve figured out a way to clone yourself, or your best employee) that you’re going to need some help.
See what’s coming down the pike so you can make educated project capacity planning decisions.
Get a headstart on hiring and training new employees.
Make decisions about outsourcing in order to keep the promises you’ve made to your customers.