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Supply Chain Finance

We offer two basic types of supply chain finance solutions: Supply chain invoice factoring, which expedites cash flow, and supply chain business loans and loan alternatives that provide an infusion of working capital.

Supply Chain Finance: Expedite Cash Flow by Factoring Invoices

Invoice factoring expedites cash flow for supply chain organizations by giving them immediate access to the working capital tied up in unpaid customer invoices. When you factor with DB Squared, you can expect:

  • Low supply chain factoring fees – from 1%
  • High advances – up to 98%
  • Free same day ACH funding
  • No long term contracts
  • No hidden fees
  • No application or due diligence fees
  • Free credit checks on your customers
  • Choice to retain control of the invoicing process

— all delivered with a high level of professional customer service provided by an experienced, dedicated account manager.

With expedited cash flow, manufacturers and distributors in the supply chain can improve their ability to meet payroll and operating expenses, improve processes to create efficiencies, take on new business more quickly, or fulfill bigger orders. Supply chain organizations can leverage improved cash flow to negotiate discounts with vendors and suppliers and extend more generous payment terms to customers as a competitive advantage, since waiting for customers to pay is no longer a concern.

Invoice factoring can be a fast, cost-effective way to finance a manufacturing or distribution business when lack of working capital is all that prevents them from executing business growth strategies. We factor invoices for manufacturers and distributors with fees as low as 1% and advances up to 98% of the face value of an invoice.

We would be happy to provide you with a no-cost, no-obligation quote so that you can determine whether unlocking the working capital tied up in customer receivables could help you grow your business more quickly – and boost bottom line revenues in the process. Fill out the quick quote form below or call us at 866-855-3640.

Supply Chain Finance Using Invoice Factoring

Let’s say that you wanted to introduce a process improvement that would allow you to fulfill 20% more customer orders in the same period of time. The $8,000 in sales you would normally have in a given week could be increased to $10,000 — over the course of a year, resulting in $104,000 more in sales!

However, in order to make the improvement, you need to invest $10,000 into new technology for your business, and lack working capital to make this investment while still meeting operational costs. You decide to factor $12,000 worth of unpaid customer invoices with us, and gain immediate access to 98% of the face value of those invoices.

Cash in hand, you invest in the new technology needed to increase annual revenue by over one hundred thousand dollars at a financing cost of just over one hundred dollars.

  • Immediate Access to Working Capital: $11,760
  • Factoring Fee: $120
  • *Reserve Amount: $120

*Reserve is money held back until your customer pays the invoice, at which time it is released to you.

Use our supply chain factoring calculator to discover how much working capital your organization could access immediately by factoring invoices instead of waiting for customers to pay or apply and we will be happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for supply chain factoring services.


Supply Chain Factoring Calculator

Opportunity Cost Calculator

Use our invoice factoring calculator to determine whether factoring receivables could expedite cash flow in your business.

  • Your Current Total Accounts Receivable
    $1,000 $5,000,000+
  • Your Average Customer Invoice Amount
    $0 $250,000+
  • Advance Rate for Factored Invoices (Advances usually range from 85-98%)
    85% 98%
  • Factoring Fee (Factoring fee usually ranges from 1-5%)
    1% 5%

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  • Expedite working capital tied up in customer invoices, without waiting for customers to pay Working Capital Unlocked $0
  • Average Factoring Fee $0

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Equipment Financing, Business Loans, Cash Advances and More Supply Chain Finance Solutions

In addition to supply chain factoring services, we also offer supply chain finance solutions including business loans, business cash advances, a business line of credit and equipment financing.

Equipment lease financing is a popular supply chain finance tool, because it allows an organization to get the equipment they need to grow while protecting their reserves of working capital. Organizational growth in additional revenue may even outpace the cost of financing equipment, making it an attractive option for manufacturers, distributors and other supply chain organizations.

Business cash advances are business loans in the form of an advance on future sales that supply chain organizations can use to obtain a lump sum cash flow infusion. This can be an appropriate choice for resolving temporary cash flow challenges, financing repairs, meeting unexpected expenses or meeting cash flow needs during a seasonal or cyclical downturn. A business line of credit is a business loan that makes working capital available to supply chain organizations on demand.

Use our merchant cash advance calculator to estimate how much working capital might be available to your organization in a cash advance or line of credit.

Merchant Advance Calculator

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Supply Chain Finance Solutions by Industry

As a supply chain finance specialist, DB Squared helps manufacturers and distributors gain access to the working capital needed to grow more quickly.

Funding can be used for many different purposes, such as making improvements that impact operational efficiencies, lowering operating costs, buying or leasing equipment, making repairs, fulfilling bigger orders or taking on new business more quickly.

This type of financing is ideal for supply chain, logistics, energy, telecom and similar utilities, manufacturers, distributors and — often — the vendors and suppliers who serve companies in industries such as:

  • Transportation and trucking
  • Textiles and clothing
  • Vendors selling through sites like Zulily and Amazon
  • Groceries, food production and beverages
  • Staffing and temporary work agencies
  • Cable and telecom installation and construction
  • Oil and gas, mining, and other energy industry companies and contractors
  • Manufacturing, distribution  and logistics companies — plus many more

Find out more about supply chain finance solutions by requesting a quick quote using the form above or by giving us a call at 866-855-3640. In most cases, we can provide a free, no obligation quote for supply chain business financing in as little as 24-48 hours.