We’re proud to be the top Florida factoring company by offering you flexible month-to-month contracts with financing ranging from $50,000 to $20 million per month. No matter what situation or stage your business is in, Scale Funding’s Florida accounts receivable factoring programs provide your company with a steady cash-flow solution. Get started today with a free, no-obligation factoring consultation and quote.
Accounts receivable financing and invoice factoring provide companies the cash flow they need to operate their businesses and invest in future growth opportunities.
Instead of waiting for customer payment, our Florida invoice factoring programs pay companies the same day on their invoices. Invoice factoring bridges the gap from the time they need to pay their bills and when their customers pay their invoices.
Business loans and business lines of credit are usually obtained by well-established companies who have a good credit history. However, even if a business is approved, the time to get funding can be weeks or months, and the cash only fixes the cash-flow gap for a short time.
Many choose Scale Funding over other Florida factoring companies because we’re able to fund many businesses. If your company invoices other companies on net terms, Scale Funding can help you. Our more than 20 years of experience gives us the expertise and skills needed to work with companies in a variety of industries.
We’ve financed companies in cities throughout Florida including:
|Boca Raton||Cape Coral||Coral Springs|
|Orlando||Pembroke Pines||Port St. Lucie|
Florida, also known as “The Sunshine State,” is the third biggest state in the United States based on population with more than 20 million residents. Major cities in the state include the state capital of Tallahassee, Miami, Tampa, and Orlando.
Juan Ponce De Leon was Spain’s first explorer of the state. His ships landed on present-day St. Augustine, and he claimed the land for Spain. St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest city in the United States.
Florida was admitted into the union on March 3, 1845. The name comes from Spanish origin meaning “flowery land” and was named this because of its variety of tropical plants.
Agriculture was an early industry. It was prominent in harvesting cotton, sugarcane, citrus fruit, and raising cattle.
With its tropical climate, sandy beaches, and Everglades, one of Florida’s top industries is tourism. Destinations like Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando, and Bush Gardens Tampa make it no surprise that the “Sunshine State” is a popular vacation spot.
Agriculture and phosphate mining are also dominating industries. The state ranks 11th nationally in the production of beef cattle. Top produce items for the state are oranges, tomatoes, and sugarcane.
Some large companies in the state include Ryder System, Fidelity National Information Systems, Lennar Corporation, and Citrix Systems. Florida’s top employers include Walt Disney Co., Avent Health Systems, Wal-Mart, and Publix.
About 875,000 students are enrolled in Florida state colleges. The colleges are made up of 28 public community and state colleges. The largest school in Florida is the University of Central Florida located in Orlando.
Because of the tropical climate and large coastline, residents and tourists enjoy the miles of sandy beaches as it borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The state is a common destination for many spring breakers. The Florida Keys, Pensacola Beach, and Daytona Beach are just a few of the top beach destinations in the state.
Many also enjoy tourist destinations such as Walt Disney World Resort and Bush Gardens. Other activities people enjoy in Florida are golfing, fishing, NASCAR and the Daytona 500.