Change Generation: Jessica Mah and inDinero.com Make Business Finance Simple

Jessica Mah, faced with her own financial mire, thought other business owners would appreciate a simple way to monitor their finances. Mah and her partner Andy Su created the tech, and soon got funding through Y Combinator. She enlisted other Berkeley classmates and created inDinero.com, "We wanted to make it easy, and that meant having everything be as automatic as possible."

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About Jessica Mah: Back in the 8th grade, inDinero founder Jessica Mah was earning and spending thousands of dollars while trying to grow her first company. She didn't know how much money the company was spending, what its profits looked like, or what its recurring monthly expenses looked like. Manually keeping track of the company's money through Excel or Quickbooks proved to be painful, and no solution at the time allowed for her to automatically monitor her company's finances. Fast forward six years later, and inDinero was born. Jessica holds degrees from Simon's Rock the Early College, and the University of California at Berkeley, where she studied computer science and was president of the computer science undergraduate association.

About inDinero.com: inDinero helps business owners monitor the financial health of their companies. Most small business owners hate the idea of learning accounting software, so we've created a solution that's easy for anyone to use. In less than 5 minutes, you'll know precisely how much you're earning, spending, what your cash situation looks like, and more. Since inDinero understands your spending, we can also remind you of upcoming bills to pay, and warn you about low balances and unusual account activity. inDinero works for your business, and is a new approach to business finance.

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