SupplierPlus is a reverse factoring platform that runs on the payables finance model. This is how financing accounts payable works in practice:
SupplierPlus simplifies invoice financing between Buyers, Suppliers and Banks.
Buyers with a strong credit profile can work with the desired payment periods, while Suppliers can get paid instantly. It's a genuine win-win solution.
SupplierPlus lets Corporations and State Institutions leverage their strong credit profiles to finance Suppliers.
Buyers improve payment terms, pricing and delivery stability, while Suppliers unlock access to a highly competitive stream of financing.
Operate at desired payment terms without harming your Suppliers
Improve purchase pricing by increasing the cash turn-around ratio for Suppliers
No additional interest costs or loan obligations
Increase supply chain reliability and delivery stability
Strengthen your relationship with strategic suppliers
Develop your local SME sector by enabling better access to working capital
Access a new source of working capital at a time when banks limit SME financing
Sell invoices if and when you choose
No requirements to collateral, credit history or minimum volumes
Receive 100% of the invoice amount (minus discount) right after the sale
Fees are simple to calculate and based on actual financing volumes
No need to open or utilize the Supplier's own factoring limit
Finance Suppliers with varying credit profiles at the Buyer's risk level
Generate revenue from a broad range of Suppliers in one go, including smaller and cross-border entities
Tap into the rapidly expanding Supply Chain Financing market with low sales & operational efforts
Anti-fraud - avoid financing double-dipped & fictitious invoices
SupplierPlus acquires the claims and sells them forward, serving as the single counterparty for financiers
Access a new range of A-Category clients
SupplierPlus offers clever ways to bridge the $1.5 trillion gap in global trade finance.
We combine innovations in finance, law and technology to unveil new opportunities in working capital management.