On March 16th, Abacum and Capchase co-hosted their very first event together in New York City. The objective? To bring together some of the brightest minds in the industry and discuss a few of the top challenges tech scale-ups face in today’s unpredictable landscape.
At our NYC event, Abacum co-founder Julio Martinez, and Capchase CEO Miguel Fernandez, sat down together to share their experiences starting a company in the middle of a global pandemic. While these companies may differ in their offering, they both follow a similar mission: To solve some of the biggest pains around funding, forecasting, and financing for growing scale-ups.
To give a brief overview, Abacum is a financial planning and analysis software designed to help streamline the entire forecasting and budgeting process through fast automation and seamless collaboration. Capchase, on the other hand, is a financial solution that helps SaaS companies access recurring revenue to grow their business. At its core, Capchase revolves around financing, expense management, revenue management, treasury management, and FinOps.
While these two Spanish-founded companies may be the newest kids on the block within their respective industries, their proven track records and early successes have made them a force to be reckoned with within the fintech industry.