Invoice factoring is a straightforward form of financing that many businesses use to take control of their cash flow. Because invoice factoring, which is also commonly referred to as accounts receivable financing, is an advance on your open invoices, it is a simple type of financing to begin using.
With a bank loan or a line of credit, the approval process can take weeks, and the wait for funds to be disbursed can be stressful. Additionally, many businesses encounter cash-flow issues once the funds are spent or the limit is hit, putting them back in the same position they started in.
At Scale Funding, our Orange County accounts receivable financing programs can be set up in as little as three days. Because we base our ability to provide funding on the creditworthiness of your customers, businesses that have no established credit or bad credit can get the financing they need. What’s more: our funding grows as you grow. With monthly amounts ranging from $50K to $20 million, we ensure that you have all the room you need. Contact us to find out more.
Part of the reason why Scale Funding is your top choice among factoring companies in Orange County and California is that we have expertise in many industries.
Through our Orange County invoice factoring lines your business benefits not only from our strong understanding of the invoicing process for your industry and how to get your invoices paid, but also our long-standing relationships with the big players in your industry. Take a look at the industries we work in:
|Staffing||Government Contractors||Heavy Construction|
|Telecom & Wireless||Trucking & Freight||Oilfield Services|
|Utility & Pipeline||Technology||Renewable Energy|
The beauty of partnering with Scale Funding is that we go the extra mile to ensure your business needs are met. We offer flexibility such as our month-to-month programs, which adjust based on the volume of business you are doing. This is great for companies that have fluctuating sales each month, or are working in a cyclical industry.
There are many unique circumstances that require a custom program at Scale Funding. If your business falls into one of the below categories, we might be the perfect financing solution for you:
Orange County is a county in California with its seat in Santa Ana. There are 34 cities within its limits, and the county has a span of over 948 square miles. Apart from these cities, there are other communities such as Olive, Red Hill, Lemon Heights and Cowan Heights located in the unincorporated territory of the county. Orange County had a population of 3,010,232 as of April 2010.
Before Junipero Serra and his men came to the area known today as Orange, it was inhabited by Native American tribes of Tonga, Juaneno, and Luiseno. The expedition called the area Valle de Santa Ana in Spanish, which means the Valley of Saint Anne. Mission San Juan Capistrano was established in the area on November 1, 1776. The mission became the first permanent European settlement. Land grants, namely, Rancho Los Nietos and Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, were respectively given to Jose Manuel Nieto and Jose Antonio Yorba. These men were among those who came for the exploration. Heirs of these two Spanish explorers also received land grants in 1834. During the Mexican era in Alta California, the Mexican Government gave out land grants to other people in Orange County. Various communities emerged from these ranches.
Cattle ranching was prevalent in that era. However, during the 1860s, the industry began to decline as a result of severe drought. Due to the discovery of silver in the Santa Ana Mountains in 1887, more people moved to the area from Santa Fe by means of the Southern Pacific Railroad. With the population of the area increasing, buildings were constructed and became numerous. The California legislature thought it wise to carve out Orange County from Los Angeles County in March of 1889. The newly-created county was named Orange County in order to attract more settlers, as it created the impression that the area was a semi-tropical area where any crop could be farmed. During this initial time, the economy of the county was driven by agriculture, with citrus and avocados constituting the major crops. Oil extraction also thrived at this time.
The construction of the Pacific Electric Railway in 1904 facilitated the development of the county. It connected Santa Ana, the capital city of Orange County, to Los Angeles and Newport Beach. Many Hollywood stars began to spend their weekends in Orange County because it could be accessed easily. Orange County continued to witness economic and infrastructural development, even after World War II when agriculture was no longer the mainstay of its economy. Many job seekers that came to California to work in the various manufacturing companies and in aerospace settled in Orange County. Interstate 5 made travel easy for these newcomers. Disneyland opened in 1955, which brought Orange County into an even brighter spotlight.
The county has grown in population, becoming the second-largest county in the state in terms of population. The 37th President of the United States, Richard Nixon, came from this county.
Orange County has a booming economy driven by many industries. Businesses include Fortune 500 companies, multinationals, and small and medium businesses. Some of the Fortune 500 and 1000 companies located in Orange County are First American Corporation, Ingram Micro, Pacific Life, Western Digital, Beckman Coulter, Apria Healthcare Group, Quiksilver and many more. The county has become popular for its thriving fashion industry. Del Taco, Oakley, Inc. and Hurley International are some of the well-known fashion businesses in the county.
Tourism & Retail
Tourism is another important industry in Orange County. It is home to Anaheim Convention Center & Arena, Disneyland and Knots Berry Farm. The county offers vacationers, honeymooners, tourists, students and business travelers an array of activities, including biking, swimming, hiking, shopping, dining and golfing.
It also has retail and restaurant businesses. South Coast Plaza is California’s largest mall and the third largest mall in the United States is situated in Orange County. The Shops at Mission Viejo, Main Place Santa Ana, Brea Mall, and Fashion Island are some of the popular shopping malls in the county.
Orange County comprises cities and planned communities, as well as a number of unincorporated communities. Some of the popular ones are Anaheim, which is the tourism hub of the county, Irvine, Santa Ana, which is the county seat, Westminster, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Fullerton and Dana Point. Unincorporated communities located outside the county limits are Coto de Caza, Trabuco Canyon, Sunset Beach, Silverado, Rossmoor, Rancho Mission Viejo, Orange Park Acres, Olive, Red Hill, Lemon Heights, Cowan Heights, North Tustin, Modjeska Canyon, Midway City, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Emerald Bay.
Orange County is a mecca for sunbathers thanks to the beaches in its neighborhoods. Beaches with coves and sandy stretches are perfect for a summer retreat or holiday. Regardless of your location in the county, a beach is not far from you. Aliso Beach County Park is one of the best-known beaches in Orange County. The park is home to scenic coastal foothills and rocky promontories. Activities such as paddleboarding, surfing, swimming, and diving are all available in the city. There is Coastal Chaparral in the inland area of the beach, which includes Aliso Creek. Not satisfied with what Aliso Beach Park has to offer? Head for Capistrano Beach Park, which has facilities for a number of beach activities and sports like basketball and volleyball. Fishing opportunities are also available. Experience nature in its fullness at the quiet community of 42 miles of unbroken beaches. Seal Beach Municipal Beach and Pier provide access to this community. There are other beaches, including Sunset Beach and Surfside Beach, Huntington Beach, Huntington City Beach & Pier, Bolsa Chica State Beach, Newport Beach, Big Corona Beach, Laguna Beach and Crystal Cove State Park.
Orange County is a shoppers’ paradise. With a wide array of shopping centers, boutiques, supermarkets, designer shops, and ethnic shops, shoppers may have a hard time deciding where to go first. Some of the popular shopping establishments are Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum Center, Marmi Shoes, South Coast Plaza and OC Fair & Event Center.