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inDinero: A Real-Time Financial Dashboard for Your Business Following $3 billion in transactions for 20,000 companies can take 3 billion keystrokes across 20,000 spreadsheets--or, with inDinero, just a few clicks

By Joel Holland

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She did the math: inDinero co-founder Jessica Mah.
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Jessica Mah learned a great deal about business before graduating from UC Berkeley in 2010, but it's what the 21-year-old learned about business owners themselves that helped her launch inDinero, which provides financial analytics for companies wanting to easily track their cash flow online. Alongside inDinero's co-founder, fellow computer science alumnus Andy Su, Mah took an interest in campus entrepreneurial clubs while attending Berkeley, particularly in the needs of its members.

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