Video: Cash Flow Tracking software Tesorio raised $10M
September 09, 2019
Tesorio, a startup that helps businesses aggregate and analyze their cash flow data, has raised a $10 million Series A. The company is tackling an interesting market that is surprisingly underserved, given that every company likely wants to be able to track its cash flow as closely as possible. In most companies, though, that’s still done with the help of Excel spreadsheets. Tesorio helps businesses aggregate all of their cash flow — in some ways, you can think of it as a Mint for businesses — and then runs its AI models over it to predict a company’s overall financial health. Current customers include the likes of Veeva Systems, Box and WP Engine.
Speaking about Cash Flow Tracking software it's interesting to remind that:
In 2014 Zoho Books became available on iPad:
Zoho announced the availability of the new Zoho Books iPad app. This native app is optimized for iPad, iPad Air and iPad Mini. iPad app features all the major functions from the web version so that you can run your business on your tablet from anywhere. An interactive dashboard for you to get important insights into your business as soon as you open it. Get information on your receivables, payables and cash flow. Learn how your business is faring and what part needs attention. Zoho Books for iPad also provides business expense management, time tracking, timesheets, estimates and different reports.
In 2014 Oracle E-Business Suite unveiled cloud-centric apps:
Oracle has refreshed its ERP solution E-Business Suite to provide more integration with the company's cloud services. It also made it more tablet friendly. The Financials portion has been integrated with Oracle Revenue Management Cloud to let users leverage the revenue compliance and recognition benefits of that product. Enhancements in Project Contracts and Project Billing lets U.S. federal contractors improve cash flow, increase transparency and automate billing. Purchasing has been improved with changes that provide more buyer productivity in dealing with large orders. The changes include Web ADI-enabled spreadsheet creation, as well as modifications to purchase order lines, schedules and distributions. Web ADI, or Applications Desktop Integrator, is Oracle's tool for connecting its applications with Microsoft Excel.