Get paid within 24 hours on your invoices through accounts receivable financing and Illinois factoring company programs with Scale Funding. We provide convenient and cost-effective access to working capital to a variety of industries in Illinois.
Scale Funding provides Illinois invoice factoring programs to these types of companies in various stages to give them the funds need to operate and grow their businesses.
Business loans and business lines of credit are typically obtained by well-established businesses that need more cash to maintain and grow. However, sometimes the amount of available capital isn’t enough to meet their requirements. Companies with little credit or less-than-perfect credit may not qualify or only qualify for an amount insufficient to meet their business needs. Many companies and industries turn to accounts receivable factoring as a great alternative to business loans and business lines of credit.
Since 1994, we’ve financed many industries through our invoice factoring programs.
We’ve supplied cash flow to many Illinois companies in cities including:
|Aurora||Berwyn||Bloomington & Normal|
Founded in 1818, Illinois ranks number five in state population among U.S. states, with almost 13 million people. Chicago is the largest city accounting for nearly three million of the state’s total population. Springfield is the state’s capital, but it doesn’t make the list of the state’s top five biggest cities which include Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Joliet, and Naperville.
Located in the eastern, north-central section of the United States, Illinois has a climate that ranges from cold, snowy winters to hot, wet summers. The climate allows farmers to grow many different types of crops and raise a variety of livestock. Illinois is the leading producer of corn, soybeans, and swine.
Top industries include coal, tourism, construction machinery, farm equipment, radio, and television. With tourism being a dominant industry in Illinois, the state is home to some recognizable landmarks, and attractions.
Illinois is home to some well-known companies such as Boeing, Walgreen Co., Deere and Co., Caterpillar Inc., DEKALB Genetics Corp., Sears, and United Continental Holdings, Inc. Some of the top employers in the state include Allstate Insurance, State Farm Insurance, and the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Most of the state’s wildlife and vegetation has suffered due to urbanization and commercialization. It has protected what’s left of the wildlife and vegetation through state parks and reserves.
The major bodies of water include the Mississippi River, Chicago River, and Illinois River. The state also has several peaks including Charles Mound, Benton Mound, Hudson Mound, and Mound Sumer.
Some recognizable names from Illinois include Abraham Lincoln, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ida B. Wells, Walt Disney, Harrison Ford, Wild Bill Hickok, Ronald Regan, and Ulysses S. Grant. Lincoln owned his only home in Illinois which is why the state is also known as the “Land of Lincoln.”
Illinois has several professional sports teams including the Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Fire, and the Chicago White Sox.