Stop waiting 30, 60, or even 90 days for customer payment and get paid today with Scale Funding’s invoice factoring programs customized for Texas companies.
Scale Funding provides financing to a range of industries and businesses through our invoice factoring programs. Our accounts receivable financing lines range from $50,000 to $20 million, giving your company the ability to grow. Below are a few industries we serve.
|Oilfield Services||Trucking & Freight||Staffing Agencies|
|Heavy Construction||Utility & Pipeline||Technology|
|Renewable Energy||Government Contractors||Telecom & Wireless|
Companies choose Texas accounts receivable financing programs over business loans or business lines of credit for a variety of reasons.
Expansion & Growth
Companies that are growing rapidly need access to cash to meet new demands. The process of business loans can be lengthy. But with invoice factoring, set up can be as few as three days.
Maxed-Out Lines of Credit
Maxed out your bank line, but still need financing? Invoice factoring is your solution. The amount of capital you’ll receive will grow as your business grows, ensuring consistent cash flow.
In a bind because you are waiting for payment? When companies can’t wait, invoice factoring provides them with a cash-flow solution that bridges the gap. Payments on invoices with accounts receivable factoring are received within 24 hours.
Start-ups can have a tough time obtaining a business loan or line of credit. Using alternatives like accounts receivable factoring gives start-ups the cash they need to kick-start and grow their businesses.
Just because the bank said “no” doesn’t mean that you’re out of options. Scale Funding helps Texas companies that are bank turn-downs with their cash flow by providing them an accounts receivable factoring line.
Companies with less-than-perfect credit can have difficulties obtaining a business loan or business line of credit. With invoice factoring, you are approved based on the creditworthiness of your customers, rather than yours.
We have experience working with companies with tax liens and are able to provide them the funding that gives them a solution to their cash-flow problems.
Banks tend to pull away when the risks seem to get too high. If your company is in a bank work-out situation, invoice factoring can be your new source of cash to fund your business.
Companies that are reorganizing after a bankruptcy need working capital to get back on their feet. Most banks see this as too risky, but Scale Funding can help you.
We’ve helped companies in cities throughout Texas, including:
|El Paso||Fort Worth||Frankston|
|Jersey Village||Laredo||League City|
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