Companies use our Arkansas invoice factoring and accounts receivable financing programs to speed up their cash flow and take control of their business finances.
The process works by selling your invoices to a factoring company. The factoring company provides a cash advance, same-day. Once your customer pays the invoice, the remaining balance is remitted to you, minus a small fee.
Scale Funding has helped a variety of businesses with their cash flow through our Arkansas accounts receivable financing programs.
|Trucking & Freight
|Utility & Pipeline
|Telecom & Wireless
No matter what business stage or financial situation you’re in, our invoice factoring programs can provide you with the cash your business needs.
Many industries have to deal with waiting for customer payment. If your customers are slow paying and you could use the cash quicker, invoice factoring is your solution. Instead of waiting to get paid, why not get paid the same day?
Companies that are growing quicker than the cash is coming in, utilize our programs to get the funding needed to grow their operations and invest in new resources.
Start-ups need cash to get off the ground running. Our Arkansas invoice factoring programs have helped many start-ups turn into successful, thriving businesses.
If you’re unable to obtain sufficient funding from a bank because of maxed-out credit or less-than-perfect credit, we can help. Our programs look at the creditworthiness of your customers rather than yours.
Our creative accounts receivable financing solutions are able to provide cash to companies even with tax liens.
If you’ve filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Scale Funding wants to be your partner to help you get back on your feet. Our debtor-in-possession financing programs are custom to help meet your business needs.
Arkansas stands between Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and is separated from Mississippi and Tennessee by the Mississippi River. If fishing is your thing, you will find more water than you can possibly imagine with over 600,000 acres worth of lake, and nearly 10,000 miles of streams. “The Natural State” also has over 17 million acres of forest. The forest is divided up into three main groups: short-leaf pine, mixed short-lead hardwoods, and bottomland hardwood. The state is nearly equally made up of both highlands and lowlands. Interestingly enough, the upper part of the state is higher reaching nearly 700 feet above sea level. In the lower portion of the state plunges 54 feet below sea level which is quite a variation within one of the smaller states in the U.S. Its climate can be described as a humid subtropical. Although there are other states that actually border the Gulf of Mexico, Arkansas is still affected by the warm water despite the distance. The summers are hot and humid, whereas the winters are mild and can actually be drier than the summer. Those from northern states that want to escape the cold during the winter would certainly find Arkansas as a great place to escape with plenty to do. Although the winters are mild, there is a tradeoff; Arkansas is prone to many different types of storms and the state receives a lot of rain throughout the year.
Like other states, Arkansas was originally inhabited by Native Americans. A Spaniard was the first European to explore the state but it was actually a Frenchman who founded the first settlement. In 1803 the United States bought Arkansas as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Originally it was actually considered part of Missouri, but as more and more settlers arrived it quickly became known as its own entity. Either the Spanish or French explorers gave Arkansas its unique name. It is most likely a phonetic spelling of the Quapaw people that inhabited that region. Due to the name similarities to Kansas, it is no surprise that many have to wonder how to correctly pronounce it. As a matter of fact, in 1881 the Arkansas General Assembly decided that it would be best if the passed an official text that included the correct pronunciation of the state, which is with an “aw” sound at the end of the name.
Arkansas makes a diverse contribution to the United States with both commercial products and natural resources. It has a huge amount of natural minerals, and each year over $1 billion worth of goods from those resources are produced. Interestingly enough Arkansas contributes to over 80 percent of the ore that is used for making aluminum. Arkansas also is the only place in the world that has a diamond mine that is open to the public. As a matter of fact, you can even come and mine for your own diamonds!
Arkansas is a hotspot for many tourists, as you could imagine. A trip to “The Natural State” would certainly meet up to anyone’s expectations with 52 national parks, to visit along the way. Mammoth Spring State Park is one of them you do not want to miss. As the name suggests, one of the countries largest springs is located here, and the water flow is crazy, reaching up to 9 million gallons an hour. Join some of the most famous names such as Babe Ruth and Al Capone and visit Hot Springs National Park. The hot springs here were believed to hold healing abilities and for as long as you can imagine people have been coming to try it out for themselves. As a former slave state and part of the Confederacy, you can come to see how far we have come as a nation at the school were desegregation actually began. The opportunity to see the location where such a historic event took place is quite special. Former President Bill Clinton is from Arkansas, and you can come and learn more about our former president at the William J. Clinton Library and Museum. You can wrap up your adventures with a stop at the Arkansas Air Museum. Here you will find a wide variety of airplanes from the 20s and 30s on display, many of which are still operational.
Of course, what trip would complete without trying some of the local food? If you are lucky, you may happen to be in the state for the Magnolia Blossom Festival, where you can find the world’s largest charcoal grill and the World Championship Steak Cook-off. Apart from this unique opportunity to try some of the best meat in the world, Arkansas is actually the home of both fried pickles and cheese dip. You can get your sides on and many local restaurants and see how it compares with other states. If you are out for breakfast and you hear someone mention chocolate gravy as a topping to your biscuit, be sure to say “yes.” This chocolate concoction is the breakfast version of a chocolate spread and has been perfected to go on biscuits. Keeping with the chocolate theme, no meal is complete without dessert, and Arkansas brings Possum Pie to the table. It is not actually made with possums but rather with all the layers that make it up you are not quite sure what you are getting until you take a bite.
For many people, a trip to Arkansas likely does not top their list of destinations. After benefitting from our discoveries, we hope the untouched beauty of Arkansas draws you in and captures your imagination.