As a supplier to the telecom industry, you know that payment terms can often extend beyond 60 days, sometimes closer to 90. This means that you could be left in a cash-flow crunch, scrambling to pay your subcontractors and equipment rentals, among others.
That’s why Scale Funding offers invoice factoring for your invoices to Cox Communications and your other customers. We eliminate the cash-flow gap so that you can focus on doing what you do best: operating and growing your business. In addition, we offer value-added services to enhance your operations, including:
Cox Communications is considered the third-largest cable provider in the United States. Cox Communications provides services in internet, telephone, television, home security and networking solutions, serving more than 6.3 million customers across the United States.
Cox Enterprises began its expansion into the cable television industry in 1962 by acquiring three small cable systems in Lock Haven, Lewistown and Tyrone, all located in Pennsylvania. It later acquired systems in Oregon, California and Washington.
The company’s development lead to the creation of its subsidiary, the Cable Broadcasting Corporation, which was formed in 1964 after it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange as a public company. CBC was renamed Cox Communications in 1982. To consolidate Cox’s cable-television interest, Cox Cable Communications was incorporated.
In 1985, Cox Communications became a privately owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises after the former’s public shares were merged with Cox Enterprises. Cox began its testing of a cable-based personal communications services (PCS) in 1991, and in 1992, they reached a major milestone by being the first company to make the first PCS call-over-cable lines.
In 1993, Cox was the first multiple-cable operator to offer telecommunications services to business customers in Hampton Roads, Virginia. To better provide service to its clientele, Cox built its own IP network and launched Cox High-Speed Internet in 2002. In 2013 the company launched its Contour television product.
Cox Communications is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises. The company has around 22,530 employees, serving various customers for its Residential Services: cable TV, which offers digital video recording and video on demand services, high-speed internet, digital telephone, home security and Cox Business. Cox Business, the company’s business Ethernet services provider, reported that the company reached a major milestone in 2016 by hitting its two billion dollar revenue goal. Cox Communications encourages diversity of its manpower. This effort was recognized by Diversity Inc., as the company was part of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity 11 times, and they were also acknowledged by the Women in Cable Communications for being the top operator for women.
Cox Cable TV
Cox Cable TV offers standard and high-definition cable television programming. It also offers digital video recorder services through Motorola, Scientific-Atlanta and Cisco. Video on demand service is also available.
Cox High-Speed Internet
High-speed internet available in five packages: starter, essential, preferred, premier and ultimate.
Cox Digital Telephone
Cox Home Security
Customizable home security with packages that suit your needs.
Cox Business is the 4th largest business Ethernet service provider in the United States and provides internet solutions, phone solutions, TV solutions and networking solutions to business owners of small, mid-size and large companies.
Cox Communication’s corporate headquarters is located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Cox Communications is a humble contributor to the development of the community and its people. Through its efforts, Cox has:
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