Who We Are and What We Do
At tooluru, we're about simplifying process for business and helping everyone save time.
We're a marketplace. People upload valuable financial and business templates - others pay to download them.
We value the skills of our community of finance and business professionals. tooluru makes that knowledge available to the world.
Many companies and businesses are being forced to re-think their processes and operations in order to remain competitive in an ever evolving global marketplace.
This is where tooluru can help.
Don't waste precious time and money trying to build documents and templataes that already exist – you'll find the answers to your problems right here on tooluru!
tooluru was founded by two highly regarded professionals frustrated at the amount of time wasted with repetitive tasks in Business.
As a former CFO and Management Consultant, we knew there was a better way.
We wanted to tap into the expertise of the business community to share their intel and make money doing it. An online marketplace was the obvious answer.
While working as consultants, we often heard people in the workplace asking questions like where they could 'find a spreadsheet for this' or 'a template for that'.
We realized an online marketplace offering proven business tools was the answer and a fantastic way for entrepreneurs to support one another and prosper.
We'd love to hear from you – keep in touch!
People are constantly asking for various Business Tools to solve problems that they didn't have the resources to solve; they are willing to pay for a tool that works
Our goal is to build a marketplace where professionals can share their proven tools with those looking for help
We will do this by:
Creating a market for knowledge sharing
Starting with something and making it better – not starting from scratch
Leveraging leading practices and conventions
Using proven Tools built by the industry for the industry
People build specialized Tools to solve their everyday and complex business problems; highly effective Tools often sit idly in a folder or on a flash drive after they're used