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Quickly and easily see how much debt capital you have, where it is invested, and the terms and conditions of each investment.

Return on Debt
$48,396.14
M/M Revenue increase
$1,385,199.49
Annual Run Rate
+24.59%

Samantha uses Fundstory, to keeping track of multiple loans from different lenders with different terms and conditions.

Samantha is the CFO of a medium-sized SaaS company. She is responsible for managing the company's financial operations, including its debt financing. Over the past few years, the company has taken on a significant amount of debt in order to fund its growth and expansion plans. However, as the economy has slowed and interest rates have risen, Samantha has become increasingly concerned about the company's ability to manage its debt and make timely payments on its loans.

Samantha has tried using spreadsheets and basic financial software to track and manage the company's debt, but she finds that these tools are not sufficient for the task. The company's debt portfolio is complex and constantly changing, with multiple loans from different lenders with different terms and conditions. Keeping track of all of this information manually is time-consuming and error-prone, and it is difficult for Samantha to get a clear picture of the company's overall debt position and its potential risks.

Samantha reaches out to a debt management software provider, such as Fundstory, to see if they can help her manage the company's debt more effectively. After a live demo and some discussions with the software provider, Samantha decides to sign up for the service and begin using the software to manage the company's debt. With the help of the debt management software, Samantha is able to quickly and easily track and manage the company's debt portfolio, identify potential risks and opportunities, and make more informed decisions about how to allocate the company's capital. As a result, she is able to improve the company's financial performance and reduce its exposure to potential losses from debt.

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