PaaS - Product as a Service: 5-Year Financial Model

This is one of the more important excel templates I have been looking to build for a while now and I am really happy with the way it turned out. PaaS, or product-as-a-service, just means you sell a product (such as an elliptical machine) and you attach a paid subscription service to it (such as a subscription to fitness trainers that comes into the screen of your elliptical).

Google Sheets Database Reporting: Multiple Criteria

It turns out there are severe limitations to the google sheet filter formula if you have a fairly complex list of data points about something and you want to test that something against multiple things before the logic decides to pull that given row into a summary report.

Template for Marketing Spend Return on Investment - Recurring Revenue

When I first thought about the difficulties of this calculation, I realized it is probably something nearly any recurring revenue business model struggles to figure out accurately. The problem is figuring out the ROI (return on investment) of the money you spend in a given month on sales/marketing as it relates to the future revenue directly related to that spend.

Weekly Employee Scheduling Template

This is a simple template that anyone can use to manage employee schedules. It is based on a weekly time-frame and has a lot of smart summaries to check the schedule that you have submitted.

10-Year Financial Model for ATM Business Startup

I have been looking for a new and different type of financial model to build over the last few months and I came across the ATM industry. It turns out you can run an ATM business. It is just about giving the vendor/merchant of the locations you are wanting to set up at a good deal and then just a matter of purchasing the machines and having legal in order. Usually, you can get set up with an ATM processing company to protect you and they will take a fee per transaction.