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Advisors are up-skilling into a new category, one that's been overlooked, but critical to client growth.
Accounting firms are waking up to a new business loan category integrated with cloud accounting, traditionally outsourced to third-parties.
Invoice financing is a product that can now integrate directly into your supply chain as a software add-on.
Eliminating payment gaps between the time an invoice is raised and the time customer payments come through, without disrupting existing processes, is critical for improving liquidity and accelerating growth. That’s where invoice financing software kicks in.
It's not uncommon for growing recruitment agencies to get held back by cash flow gaps in client invoice payments.
Growing recruitment and payroll companies use payroll funding on a regular basis, and with more SMEs turning to outsourced payroll services, cash flow is critical. If cash flow isn’t managed correctly from incoming client invoice payments to outgoing wages, tax and superannuation- gaps can cripple growth.
Business owners are often locked-in to unsuitable, mismatched finance products, so before you renew your existing contract, you should ask the following questions.