You need an expert who speaks your language. We’re fluent.
Whether you’re in the startup stage, the growth stage, or somewhere in between, we’re in the business of answering the specific needs of SaaS and technology companies like yours.
Need to figure out CAC or LTV? Need to model out the next 24 months? Or just need some financial statements to get your taxes done? We work with one hundred SaaS companies to keep them running smoothly.
A Personalized Bookkeeper + CFO
You need a team that understands the tech-focused accounting challenges that SaaS and technology firms face. We’re that team. From managing revenue recognition to equity compensation and issuances, Acuity has the expert bookkeepers and CFOs that you need to keep moving forward.
You, your team, and your board need financial reporting that is timely and accurate. We work with industry-leading solutions like Xero and QuickBooks Online to provide you reporting by a guaranteed date every single month. And as your reporting needs grow, our accounting solutions can scale alongside you to meet those requirements.
By using modern cloud accounting tools, small businesses can have their own custom accounting system. But knowing how to select and integrate the right tools is challenging. We hold more certifications in cloud accounting software than any firm in the US and we’ll make sure you have the best tools for your business.
Expert SaaS Advice
We get SaaS technology because our firm has worked with tech startups for more than a decade using SaaS technology. With our strategic industry-specific planning, we’ll guide you through capital raises, financial modeling, investor relations, and so much more.
The tech tools you need to succeed.
We’ve automated part of the process to give you the streamlined functionality you deserve using the best resources in the industry.
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When business owners and entrepreneurs come to us for help, they’re in need of a solution, and so the first thing we really try to pinpoint is: What is the major pain point that you’re trying to address? As it turns out, many startups and small businesses are facing very similar issues, and we consistently see five common themes pop up. Any of these sound familiar?
If you find yourself stressing about cash flow, know that you’re not alone. The number one reason most startups fail? Inadequate cash reserves. A whopping two-thirds of businesses fail in the first two years due to cash flow problems. For those who are bootstrapped and want to continue on that path, there are other ways to fund your business—especially if you’re in need of startup funding in a pinch. Here are three (plus a bonus!) ways to get the capital you need to reach your short-term and long-term business goals.
Raising money is among the many challenges that entrepreneurs face, but it doesn’t have to be the hardest one. Angel investors invest in over 50K companies each year, and VC’s write the biggest checks with an average investment size of $3 million to seed-stage companies. So, how do you cash in? After helping 500+ clients in your shoes and 15 years of experience ourselves as business owners, here’s how we advise you to raise investment capital, and a few things you should consider when doing so.
When you are a regular partner with small businesses and startups like I am, one of the most constant (and crucial) conversations you have is about financing. When those conversations get started, they almost always diverge into two separate camps: raising capital and bootstrapping. And these days, entrepreneurs are faced with deciding between the two earlier and earlier in the game. In many cases, entrepreneurs aren’t even aware that they’re making the ``big`` decision until they’ve already set things in motion and picked a path. Which begs the question: between raising capital and bootstrapping, which one is better?