See how working capital finance can work for your clients
With powerful financial tools from Raistone, businesses of all sizes can benefit. Accounts Receivable Finance empowers suppliers to get accelerated payments, while Supply Chain Finance allows buyers to maintain or extend payment terms without impacting their suppliers. Here’s how they both work:
Accounts Receivable Finance
Supply Chain Finance
Supplier submits invoice for early payment
With Raistone, supplier gets paid 60 days early
Supplier’s buyer pays invoice on normal due date
Invoice submitted to buyer by supplier
Buyer’s supplier is paid 40 days early
With Raistone, buyer’s payment terms are extended
Buyer pays initial invoice 15 days later than before
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Solutions for Suppliers
Lower cost financing: Small/mid size suppliers often pay higher interest rates on loans.
Improved Days Sales Outstanding (DSO): Suppliers get paid in as quickly as 1 day for invoices due at a later date.
Larger facility sizes: Due to credit strength of buyers.
Non-debt working capital: Which coexists and complements other early pay or lending facilities.
Facilitates additional sales: Enables suppliers to accept longer payment terms and larger orders.
Solutions for Buyers
Strengthen supply chain: Ensure solid liquidity across the supply chain.
Flexible AP terms: When you provide more financing options for your suppliers, you have greater flexibility with payment terms and can improve your Days Payable Outstanding (DPO).
Stabilize pricing: Helping your suppliers gain access to lower cost financing, drives more stable, competitive supplier pricing.
Complementary to existing programs: Including SCF & Dynamic Discounting.
Positive PR: Support your ecosystem partners with prompt payments.
Raistone works with the very same platforms and ERPs you already use
Raistone technology is embedded natively within major platforms and ERPs, allowing businesses to access or offer advance invoice payment without disrupting existing processes and workflow.