8 Industries That Invoice Factoring Can Benefit

How Business Factoring Is Beneficial

If your business has experienced cash flow fluctuations and you have been looking for ways to help it stay more consistent so you can grow and expand, take a look below at a few ways business factoring can benefit your business.

1. Freight Factoring

If your freight company is looking for ways to expand or gain a more steady cash flow, freight factoring is a simple solution. Getting a loan can hurt your business more than it can help it. If you want to avoid putting your business in debt, yet gain the working capital you need to pay your drivers and pay for necessities such as gas, repairs, etc., invoice factoring is the best solution.

2. Apparel Factoring

The apparel industry can be a competitive and tough business to maintain a steady cash flow. Often, there are peaks and valleys in sales throughout the season. If your business is in a low time, you don’t have to let that stop you from taking on more orders. By taking advantage of apparel factoring, you can get the cash flow you need to update equipment, stock up on inventory, make your payroll, and much more.

3. Consulting Factoring

A poor cash flow can hurt your consulting business if you don’t have enough to meet payroll on time or have enough resources to expand, etc. With consulting factoring, your invoices are purchased so that you can have the cash flow you need to keep your business running smoothly, rather than waiting a long period of time for your clients to pay their invoices back, putting a halt your cash flow.

4. Staffing Factoring

Staffing agencies often have highs and lows. If your staffing agency is in need of cash, you may struggle with supporting your business. Staffing factoring can solve numerous problems that this business faces such as high payroll financing expense, limited cash flow, unpredictability, and ongoing costs of sourcing, recruitment and hiring. When you take advantage of this type of factoring, you will gain the working capital to pay for new supplies, take on larger contracts, meet payroll, advertise, and much more.

5. Manufacturing Factoring

If you have a manufacturing company, you may find that there are times when your cash flow is no consistent. Because there are many necessities, it is impossible to accomplish your goals when you are waiting on money from your invoices. One of the best ways to avoid debt, while still gain the working capital you need to repair parts, buy new equipment, meet payroll on time, etc., manufacturing factoring is the best solution.

6. Technology Factoring

If you are looking for a way to secure your technology company’s capital, you will need a way to ensure that your cash flow is consistent. Rather than getting a loan that will put you in debt, technology factoring is a way you can get the funding you need through your current invoices.

7.  Transportation Factoring

If you have a transportation business, you understand that there are times when your cash flow is tight. To help support your business so that you can continue to operate efficiently and effectively, transportation factoring is key.

8. Telecommunications Factoring

If your telecommunications business has had cash flow problems it can cause a major halt in your efficiencies. To ensure that you have the money you need to pay your staff, purchase new equipment, or expand, telecommunications factoring is the best solution.

We hope you have a better idea of how business factoring can help you grow and expand your business.

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About the Author:

Robert Bernfeld started in the commercial finance industry in 1974. His early years included positions with Aetna Business Credit and Foothill Group. During the next thirty five years. Mr. Bernfeld established both equipment leasing and accounts receivable factoring companies. He partnered in founding Business Facilitators, Inc. in 1999. Mr Bernfeld graduated from the University of California, Riverside in 1974 and received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law in 1977.

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