Welcome to Centime!

June 24, 2021
clock
3 Min read
For 18 months, a team of dedicated and creative people have been working diligently to bring Centime to life.

It has been a labor of love by a diverse group of individuals who care deeply about helping businesses thrive. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our engineers, designers, finance experts and entrepreneurs have been working from their home offices and kitchen tables like many of you — and, despite those tough circumstances, making it work. The dandelion on our homepage is a symbol of both joy and endurance, and seemed a fitting image to represent Centime.

The pandemic has been tough on us and our families, but it has also been tough on the businesses that make our economies function. Government assistance programs for businesses have helped them breathe and have served as a stark reminder that cash and healthy cash flows are the lifeblood of a business. But even in the best of times, every business can grapple with cash flow. Centime is here to help you maximize your cash flow, and, with it, support your growth imperatives.

Government assistance programs for businesses have helped them breathe and have served as a stark reminder that cash and healthy cash flows are the lifeblood of a business.

Today, we all lift the curtain on Centime and our Cash Flow Control solution. We hope you will try it and dive into it using the sample data we manufactured for you and placed in your personal sandbox. For information on participating in our Early Access Program, please contact sales@centime.com

In the coming days, weeks and months, please continue to check this space for insights from cash flow experts, information on new product features, or contact us and we will keep you informed.

Get more insights, subscribe to our blog

Read more insights

Register for CPI Middle Market Summit, Nov. 17-18
Centime CEO BC Krishna to speak Nov. 18 at 11am CST
Clock Icon
November 17-18, 2021
Guides
Gain insights and learn strategies in our eBook, 'Cash Flow Control: a matter of life and death.'