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Hey IH 👋, David from Moneto here.

After months of sheer hard work, I’m excited to open Moneto to everyone. I started Moneto because running a business with guesstimates, or with spreadsheets was a no-deal for me. I’m not a number person but a visual learner so a simple chart that anyone can understand by just a look is a game-changer.

You don’t have to be a finance pro to understand your business numbers. Moneto transforms financial data into a chart that helps you immediately understand your business numbers in the past, present, and future. It’s a financial playground, a visual tool to help you understand, monitor, plan, and forecast.

👱🏻‍♂️ made for humans
💅🏻 made easy to use
💪🏻 made to empower your decisions

I find it funny how most decision-makers track website visitors, blog readings, interactions on social media posts and wonder why they fail. It’s because they don’t track the most important metric - business finances.

You don't have to play a dangerous guessing game with your money. You can get Moneto's lifetime deal: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/moneto

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Not sure yet? Try a free demo and play with the dummy data.

We’re still in the early stages and have a long way to go. We look forward to hearing your feedback and are happy to answer any questions.

Have a great day,

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    Moneto has helped me move away from time consuming & lengthy spreadsheets. The simple and clean dashboard gives a 360 view of my finances and helps me make informed decisions. And on top of that, the brilliant UI is a huge hit!!

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    Hi @davidbistiak, It looks interesting. I’m looking forward to trying it.

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    Congrats on the launch David! 👏

    "It’s because they don’t track the most important metric - business finances.".
    Do you think this is the main reason they fail? I am asking, because I can't possibly imagine running a company without knowing budgets, savings, etc. It is a gamble then, not running a company.

    Are there many companies not really looking at business finances so they can plan accordingly? Curious 🤔

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      Hi @sotak, yeah 83% of business failures cited poor cash management as a key factor - that's the US stat. From my experience, I worked with companies where CEOs focus on sales and just bank balance and not on managing their company cash flow. They made bad business decisions that took a couple of months to get back on track. So yes, a lot of companies ignore financial management.

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        I recently read a twitter thread, where there was a discussion about founders not being financial savvy. I think you can start a course on that same topic, to get more people in. An academy for founders to get their finances together. :)

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          I am working on it, just have a couple of articles, but it will be the next step. Can you share the discussion link?

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            I am sorry, I have tried to look it up, but no chance. :/ If I will stumble on it again, I will let you know.

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