Increase your chances of funding
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Your first Lean-Case in 20 min
Answer 4 key business questions:
As a startup, you want to boost your chances of funding, but you are struggling to get investors trust your numbers. The problem is that you need more financial expertise and better tools than excel, while focusing on the metrics that matter. Lean-Case will offer you all that, and more.
Modelling and tracking a business is hard work. You often have to re-invent the obvious in Excel, with no benchmarks at hand, no idea about the viability of your case, and no learnings. Now, with Lean-Case you get the perfect solution to:
Plan growth smarter
Take decision faster
Track progress smoother
If you are not trying to understand revenues and cost and related metrics, you are lying to yourself, decrease your chances of funding, and never build trust with your investors. Get a crystal clear view on your business’ future with Lean-Case.
Planning it right is just the beginning. Keep your business healthy and growing and let your peers and investors know how well you are doing, at any time.
Track and manage progress against your plan
Check if you are meeting your sales goals and staying on budget. Track progress against this plan and adjust if and where necessary, at any time.
Share your updates with your peers and investors
Be fully transparent with your peers and investors by offering them access and clarity on plans, actuals and key metrics, as well as relevant benchmark data, all in one place.
We were introduced to Lean-Case through our accelerator and we loved it right from the start. We are typical "Excel Modelers", but this amazing software got us understand what metrics matter for the business and the investors, how to plan the right way and how to get a flawless pitch.
As a serial entrepreneur, I tried different business planning software before. Lean-Case has really impressed me with its complex business models that are fully customizable. I am able to create solid plans, with a level of detail that I could not access before, with the other tools available on the market.
Ask any startup founder and they will tell you that the hardest part in succeeding is not getting a great idea and planning it, which is already difficult enough, but getting funding. I don’t think we would have manage to get our investors trust us without the solid business plan we’ve built with the help of Lean-Case.