When small and mid-size businesses need cash quickly, they turn to an Alabama factoring company such as TCI Business Capital. Invoice factoring is a business financing solution used to get cash for operating expenses, payroll, or starting new opportunities. With invoice factoring lines from $50,000 to $20 million, TCI Business Capital can provide the right cash-flow solution.
Businesses use TCI Business Capital’s invoice factoring programs to get the cash they need for daily operations.
Invoice factoring and accounts receivable financing supply same-day funding on invoices. While some businesses utilize business loans and business lines of credit, the flexibility, reliability, and limitless funding options from Alabama factoring companies make invoice factoring the right solution for many businesses.
Our Alabama invoice factoring programs range from $50,000 programs all the way up to $20 million, allowing us to provide cash to a variety of business sizes and industries. Some of the industries we work with include:
|Telecom & Wireless||Heavy Construction|
|Technology||Utility & Pipeline|
|Oilfield Services||Trucking & Freight|
|Renewable Energy||Government Contractors|
|Staffing Agencies||Many More|
Alabama companies choose invoice factoring with TCI Business Capital because we help businesses in a variety of financial situations and business stages. Businesses in any of these situations can use invoice factoring.
TCI Business Capital is the right choice for an Alabama factoring company. We customize our invoice factoring programs to meet the unique needs of each client. For a free, no-obligation factoring proposal and rate quote, contact us via the web, or call 800-707-4845.
We’ve worked with companies throughout Alabama in cities including:
Alabama is home to about 4.8 million residents. It borders Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and the Florida panhandle. The state is known as the “Heart of Dixie,” the “Cotton State,” and the “Yellowhammer State.”
Montgomery, the state capital, has a population of just over 200,000 with a total metro area population of almost 375,000. Birmingham is the largest city, and its metro area population is more than 1.1 million people.
Alabama is just over 52,000 square miles, with about 60 percent of the land being gentle plains. The northern part of the state covered mostly by the Appalachian Mountains.
Besides having the southwest border the Gulf of Mexico, the state also has many other bodies of water including the Tennessee River, Alabama River, and Apalachicola River.
The climate is humid subtropical with an average annual temperature of 64 degrees Fahrenheit. The summers are typically very hot, and winters are mild.
From the plains and mountains to the rivers and the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama ranks fifth in the nation for the diversity of its flora. It also has 62 mammals that are native to the state including coyote, fox, black bears, bobcats, and armadillos.
Alabama has been at the center of some key historical events.
1703: Although Louisiana is known for Mardi Gras celebrations, Alabama had one of the first celebrations in America.
1819: Alabama was the 22nd state admitted into the union.
1832: The Tuscumbia Railway opens as Alabama’s first railway running two miles.
1861: The Confederate flag was designed and first flown in the state. Montgomery is known as the birthplace of the Confederate States of America.
1881: Tuskegee Institute, an African-American university, was founded by Booker T. Washington.
1886: The world’s first electric trolley system was introduced in Montgomery. It was nicknamed the “Lighting Route.”
1893: The first football game played between the University of Alabama and Auburn University – which is still a big rivalry in the state today.
1947: Birmingham hosted a National Veterans Day Parade and was the first place to celebrate the new national holiday.
1969: Built in Huntsville, Alabama, Apollo 11 was the first spacecraft to put humans on the moon.
1972: Governor George C. Wallace was shot while campaigning for Democratic presidential primaries.
2005: Hurricane Katrina hit the state, causing major damage along the coastlines.
Alabama’s top industries include iron and steel, paper, lumber, mining, plastics and automotive. It is the only state with all primary natural resources needed to make iron and steel which is why it is also the largest supplier of cast-iron and steel pipe products.
Agriculture is also an essential part of the state’s economy with cotton, poultry, eggs, cattle, fish, peanuts, corn, soybean, and peaches.
Huntsville, Alabama is home to the Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA’s largest rocketry and spacecraft propulsion research center. Huntsville is also home to a number of high-tech companies, including ADTRAN, a leading provider of networking and communications equipment used in telecom and wireless networks worldwide.
Some of the largest companies and top employers in the state are:
Alabama boasts 17 private universities, 14 public universities, and two community colleges. Some of the top universities include Auburn University, University of Alabama, University of Alabama – Birmingham, University of Alabama – Huntsville, and Troy University.
The state is home to numerous museums, amusement parks, zoos, performing arts centers and well-known names.
Amusements, Recreational Activates and Zoos
Performing Arts & Entertainment
Prominent Alabama Natives