As a factoring company serving the state of Arkansas, it is a pleasure to do business in such a diverse and vibrant city.
With invoice factoring, you ‘sell’ your accounts receivable to a factoring company, like Charter Capital, in exchange for almost immediate cash flow. By eliminating the roadblocks posed by traditional bank loans, you can get paid within 24 – 48 hours rather than having to wait 30, 45, 60, or more days for the client to pay you.
Small Business Funding in Arkansas
It is not easy to run a small business; a constant stream of working capital and effective cash flow management are essential for success. However, slow-paying customers hinder cash flow, and obtaining funding as a small business can be very difficult. Your business can be in serious trouble if your cash flow is low and your invoices aren’t paid on time. A shortage of working capital often causes small business failure, so owners turn to financial institutions for funding, only for their requests to be denied. If the business is just starting out or if the company has a poor credit history, traditional lenders are not likely to approve a loan. Invoice factoring can increase your cash flow quickly and consistently with a much more convenient approval process than a traditional loan.
Industries in Arkansas that Use Accounts Receivable Factoring.
The invoice factoring process can be beneficial to several B2B industries. Helping them speed up their cash flow and giving them access to capital needed for essential business processes like maintenance and payroll. Some of the industries in Arkansas that benefit the most include:
- Transportation and freight industry
- Staffing industry
- Oil and gas industry
- Manufacturing industry
- Security guard industry
- Service and consulting industry
- Small businesses and startups
Benefits of Factoring for Arkansas Companies.
Charter Capital is an Arkansas-based receivables factoring firm with extensive invoice factoring experience.
When you work with us, you will enjoy the following benefits:
- Application approvals are faster than traditional loans.
- Your account can be credited within days, much faster than with a traditional loan.
- The approval process can be easier since your credit score, financial collateral, and financing history are not required. Instead, this process looks at the payment history of your customer.
- This saves you time and money.
- You can focus on more important aspects of your business, such as growing your business and improving customer relationships.
- Factoring allows businesses to eliminate payment delays and have money available for immediate reinvestment.
What is Arkansas Known For?
Despite its extreme weather conditions and frequent storms, Arkansas is most popularly known for its spectacular rivers, lakes, and hot springs.
In terms of total area, Arkansas ranks 29th among the 50 states, but, except for Louisiana and Hawaii, it is the smallest state west of the Mississippi River. Missouri is its northern neighbor, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Louisiana to the south, Texas to the southwest, and Oklahoma to the west.
French explorers used the name Arkansas to refer to Quapaw people, a prominent indigenous group in the region. The name also referred to the river that they settled along. This term is likely to be a corruption from akansea. It was the word that the Illinois indigenous community applied to the Quapaw. The capital of the state, Little Rock, is found in the middle part of the state.
Arkansas has a breathtakingly diverse landscape. In the north and west, respectively, the Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges stand proudly in contrast to the fertile, flat, and river-laced agricultural lands in the east. Nearly all of the state’s rivers run from northwest to southeast, emptying via the Arkansas or Red river into the Mississippi. This forms the eastern boundary.
The cultural and economic contours of Arkansas have changed over time. In certain areas, rapid economic growth and urbanization have led to population growth and greater diversity. With improvements in transportation and greater integration of the state’s economy with the national and global economic systems–particularly in the 1980s and ’90s under the governorship and U.S. presidency of Arkansas native Bill Clinton–Arkansas received an influx of immigrants from outside the South. A lot of the immigrants came from different regions within the United States, but many clothes came from abroad, including from Asia, and increasingly from Mexico. Most immigrants settled in urban cities, including Little Rock, Fort Smith, and other areas in the Arkansas River Valley. However, some were drawn to the economically emerging northwestern corner. The state implemented many programs in this time of rapid socio-economic changes to encourage development and equalize educational, economic, and social opportunities in the state.