Technological advancements, print management and margin pressures are all having an impact on profit margins within the print industry.
Is your business working harder than ever before for half of what you got years ago? We work with many businesses that operate in the print industry and so we understand the issues that you face. It’s an industry by its very nature that experiences cash flow problems. The gap between paying suppliers for raw materials and receiving payments from your customers can cause disruption to your cash flow, which means you have to put your growth plans on hold.
We work with over 4,500 businesses globally, many of which are printers, and can offer solutions to help your business grow.
Improving cash flow
Our service means that we can help you improve your cash flow by providing an advance of cash against the value of your outstanding invoices. Then as you raise an invoice, we can release up to 90% of the value of that invoice within 24 hours. The remaining 10% is paid to you, less a small service fee, once we receive payment from your customer.
This means your business has access to an ongoing supply of cash linked to your sales. So as your business grows so does the amount of funding available to you.
Saving you time
In addition to the cash that we provide, we can also save you valuable management time. We provide an accounts receivable management service where we pursue and collect outstanding invoice payments from your customers on your behalf, so that you have more time to concentrate on generating new business. We will prepare and send out statements, telephone all of your customers, collect payments for you and maintain professional and detailed accounts of your transactions. We will provide you with 24-hour online access to your reports, including scanned images of the checks that we receive.
You remain in control by working with a dedicated team of people who ensure your customers are as happy to deal with us as they are with you.
How much does it cost?
Our services are tailored to your business so the fees will depend upon your specific needs.
There are two types of fees. The first is the cost of the money you use, which is extremely competitive when compared with other forms of finance. The second is a service fee, which encompasses the collections service. We are happy to provide a proposal.
Contact us for all of your funding needs.
“Your Success is Our Business”