Gauge the future. Fuel your success.
From freelancers to small project-based businesses, FuelGauge takes the guesswork out of your cash flow, so you can spend more time working on your business instead of in it. Clients are unpredictable, and it’s hard to keep track of projects that are always starting, stopping, and changing scope. Set and achieve your goals with confidence, and make better decisions with regard to hiring, expanding, or making changes in strategy.
Who is FuelGauge For?
While FuelGauge’s interface is easy to use, it’s powerful insights will blow you away. Here are a few types of project-based businesses that use FuelGauge for cash flow and capacity planning along with their favorite FuelGauge features.
Agencies need to be agile, ready to pick up a freelancer when there are more jobs projected than the current crew can handle. However, freelancers also need notice of upcoming projects, so they can manage their workload. With FuelGauge, agencies can be better prepared to manage the ups and downs.Get a 45-day free trial
Freelancers are familiar with unpredictability. Projects come and go, and get put on hold all the time. They love FuelGauge’s Ice Box where they can keep track of all the project details they’ve worked out so far without worrying about a project falling off their radar. To reinstate the project into active status, they just drag the project out of the Ice Box and drop it into any month without losing any project details.Get a 45-day free trial
Contractors know how expenses can quickly run up. And the project scope often changes, so they love how FuelGauge helps them track revenue and expenses on every job in real-time. And when it comes time to invoice, they won’t overlook a single item because everything is in one place.Get a 45-day free trial
Consultants like to plan ahead. With FuelGauge, they can easily set and manage goals, monitor progress and see exactly how close they are to reaching those goals anytime with a quick peek at their Dashboard.Get a 45-day free trial
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