Forecasting Made Easy

Super-Simple Financial Forecasting Software

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Sculpt Your Financial Future

Create a forecast in just minutes. Financial expertise not required.

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SumoSum Assumptions Panel

Enter Numbers

No need to be a spreadsheet expert. Just add numbers to see your concept come to life.

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SumoSum Financial Forecasting Charts

See Charts

Real-time Charts & Reports empower your team to visually shape a project or concept.

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SumoSum Download PNG Graphics and PDF Print Reports

Get Reports

Upgrade your membership to download presentation-ready Charts and Reports.

Ditch Spreadsheets

Empower your team to sculpt success. No need to be a spreadsheet jockey, programming expert or chart designer. Just add numbers and see your concept come to life.

No credit card required.

Strategy Made Visible

Sound Bites

“I never thought I’d be able to create financials so easily. It’s fun to see your idea come to life.”

Selia M.

Entrepreneur

“It’s the fastest way to create a business concept and you’ll truly be ready to pitch.”

Evan L.

Startup Founder

“Our team used SumoSum in a competition and we’re already prepared to go to market.”

Karly T.

Hackathon Participant

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Free Consulting Sessions via SumoSum Podcast

Free Consulting Sessions via SumoSum Podcast

During our Beta Launch phase, SumoSum offers free 30-minute forecasting sessions with your choice of one of the founding SumoSum authors. To be eligible for a free session, you must be a SumoSum member and agree to your session being taped and distributed as a SumoSum Podcast episode.

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Hello World: SumoSum Enters Ring of Startup Software Apps 

Hello World: SumoSum Enters Ring of Startup Software Apps 

We’re excited to introduce SumoSum, the latest in startup software apps. Over the last decade, we’ve created innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum and apps. And while we’ve had a fair share of wins, we’ve also suffered at least our fair share of mistakes along the way, like not moving fast enough to stay with an evolving market.

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