You choose who sees what
Permissions are the back-bone of CrunchBoards and allow specific collaborators to see and work on only the financial and non-financial data you want them to see. The CrunchBoards owner and admins decides who can access what, on a user-by user basis.
“The great thing with Crunchboards is that you can display the lists of numbers that us accountants love or display the results graphically so anyone without a financial understanding can still see trends etc. There is functionality to allow certain users to see certain areas only. The example being a salesman can see targets for sales and how they have performed against those targets but they cannot see cash at bank or profits.” - Brian Mason