Category: Budget

Venture Capital Investment Analytics on 20 years of investment data – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, January 29, 2015

In this article we will take an analytical approach and perform straight analytics on a huge dataset available from https://www.pwcmoneytree.com/. PWC Money tree provides a data dump of all the Venture capital investments from 1995 onwards. Having data that goes far into the history should give us enough to extract the necessary analytical juice out of it.

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Individual Employee Cost Calculation.

By mjadav, October 2, 2009

1) All Businesses have one thing in common: Employee cost.
2) It is important to calculate and budget employee costs to ensure that you do spend your profits on employee costs.
3) Our 23 point, Employee Cost v/s Productivity, which allows you to calculate exactly how much every employee is costing you against their productivity in order to make important decisions. i.e. whether or not to have an employee on salary v/s full time v/s part time.

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Budget with Variance

By mjadav, September 28, 2009

This spreadsheet gives you control of your budget for the coming year based on your current year.
1) It provides Balance sheet, forecast, budget, ratio as well as budget variance charts.
2) It generate numerous graphs at the click of the button, allowing you the ability to compare various aspects of business financial.

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Labor Burden

By mjadav, September 26, 2009

Throughout the last two years we have witnessed the toughest economic times since the Great Depression; millions of jobs lost and thousands of Small and Medium Businesses close their doors. It has become imperative to any Business Owner to know exactly what their employees are costing them.

1) Our Labor Burden tool is designed to calculate the exact employee cost to your Business.
2) It incorporates all intangible employee expenses on top of hourly or salaried wages. It is one of the most important tools a business needs to get an accurate picture of the biggest expense in any business.

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Flexible Budget with Break-Even and “what-if” Analysis.

By mjadav, September 25, 2009

One of our the most powerful tool that allows you to not only Budget but Forecast, Manage and Monitor your company’s finance on Monthly basis alongside your Yearly goals. It also allows you to monitor with your monthly Flexible Budget by comparing Budget v/s Actual numbers on monthly basis as well as calculate Break-Even and Overhead expenses. We guarantee you will love this tool.

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