Where is my money going? - Krato Analytics

By: Sarathkumar Kannan - Oct 07, 2019


Money management is the most required skill to run any successful business. Whether you are expanding your business or starting a business, how you play with your money decides the success factor. It is not just about how much you are spending/investing, but also about the forecast of your returns with a certain extent of confidence.

Business is a constitution of many functions and processes. It can achieve its potential only if every process works to its best. So the business head has to allocate budget to all its functions. Once it is allocated, tracking the amount becomes tedious. Usually, there always exists leakages in every process which flushes most of its profit. Also, such leakages are capable of putting you under pressure and sometimes can also make your business stumble.

How should you see your money Flow?

If you are bootstrapping your business, then there is a tendency that most of your concern would be on minimizing your outflow.

If you are having an investor, then most of your focus will be on maximizing your inflow.

But for optimizing both inflow and outflow, you should have an unbiased perspective of your business flow.

How to do that?

It is simple! As business management have the habit of tallying their records, also develope respect to your data then apply Statistical techniques & Machine learning algorithms on top of it.

What it can do?

  • Business Intelligence (BI) can track your business dynamically and will help you in keeping your business at fingertips.
  • Statistical techniques will derive insights that can devise strategies, to avoid leakages and for better outcomes. 
  • Machine Learning algorithms will give your forecasts and recommendations to run your business successful.

We are having more detailed proposals with experts who can give you the analytical perspective for assured success to your business. Just write down to us, we will get in touch with you.

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