Do your circumstances require you to look beyond traditional bank financing for the necessary funds to operate or expand your business. You may have signed a large contract with a customer or received larger orders and need immediate cash to deliver your product. However, you may not have been operating long enough, or have enough collateral, to qualify for a bank loan or credit line, or you have outgrown your current facility and are not able to get more.
An alternative source of financing, such as factoring also known as accounts receivable financing, may be your solution. In factoring, your invoices serve as collateral. This is an option for businesses that receive large contracts that stretch their cash flow resources to the limit, companies with extensive payrolls or up-front costs, or those experiencing a surge of growth. An advantage of factoring your invoices is that it allows you to supplement your basic financing to avoid difficulties meeting the cost associated with your commitments to customers.
If you would like to learn more about using you AR as a form of working capital we would love the opportunity to speak with you or feel free to listen to our COO, Hussein Marquez, break down the factoring process to exemplify the significance of the relationship between the factor and the business owner. http://www.divfunding.com/episode-4-breaking-down-the-factoring-process/
Call Diversified Funding Services toll-free at (888) 603-0055 to find out if accounts receivable factoring might be beneficial for your business.