Control & Flexibility
Sell your accounts receivable with your largest customers for immediate payment. Pick and choose which receivables to sell, and secure funding for the invoice value minus a financing fee and a reduction reflecting anticipated credits the seller gives to the obligor.
Selective receivables finance is not a loan and these transactions do not count as debt on the balance sheet. With multiple banks in our network, financing rates are competitive as they’re based on the obligor’s credit rating and company’s financial performance.
SCiCustomer can support complex programs across multiple jurisdictions and currencies. Additionally, it provides reconciliation to track the status of invoices including full payments, short payments and late payments.
SCiCustomer is PrimeRevenue’s selective receivables finance solution. Using this solution, companies can sell their invoices for early payment and, in most cases, without any involvement from or disclosure to their customers. Unlike traditional factoring or a loan, selective receivables finance is a true sale of receivables. It also seamlessly handles all transactions across multiple customers, countries and currencies while providing companies with material cash flow improvement.
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“We felt that in PrimeRevenue we had a true advocate, a collaborative partner with the right people, the right solutions, and the right leadership to ensure a seamless implementation and outstanding results.”
Finance Manager for Group Purchasing, Michelin Group
“We participate in several other supply chain finance programs. The PrimeRevenue platform provides the best user experience by giving us a central location to sell our receivables across all our entities. This makes it much easier to manage the program from a corporate perspective.”
Head of European Treasury Operations at Barry Callebaut