When your company finally receives a much-desired order from a customer for goods that you sell, you are sometimes left in a position of not having the cash or credit to go out and buy the inventory. Don’t let that stop you! Aberdeen Funding, Inc. will advance the necessary funds for you to get this inventory into your warehouse, or drop-shipped to your customer and by simply factoring the subsequent invoice, we will recover our funds.

There are very few companies in the marketplace that will provide this kind of financing (known as Purchase Order or “PO” Financing), but in line with our objective of helping our clients to succeed, we decided to go ahead and provide this extra service. Interested? Give us a call or send us an email. We are ready to help.

Turn Your Invoices Into Cash

As a business owner or CFO, there’s nothing more stressful than suffering through the ups and downs of periodic cash shortages. But now there is really no reason to let your company struggle through them.

Aberdeen Funding will immediately advance up to 90% of the value of your invoices directly to you. And with rates starting as low as 1% (depending on many issues, but related to volume, invoice size) for 15 days, we can tailor a customized program to fit your individual needs.

Even better, in addition to smoothing out your cash flow, we are skillful in managing your accounts receivable – effectively reducing the reams of paperwork, stress, and day-to-day headaches that always come with it. This allows you and your staff to focus on the company’s core business.

Since 1994 we’ve funded over $100 million in invoices to a wide range of small and midsize companies in many different industries.

When to Consider Invoice Factoring?

Invoice factoring provides Working Capital, based on the value of your sales to credit-worthy customers and has the flexibility to grow with you as your sales increase. Importantly, factoring allows an infusion of the Working Capital needed for companies large or small as the funding relies on the financial strength of your customers, rather than on the strength, profitability, cash flow or net worth of you or your business…read more