factris invoice financing factoring

Your Invoices.
Our Financing.

We finance your unpaid invoices to unlock the cashflow you need to expand your business.

Cut out the stress, bring on the growth with a financing process that’s fast and easy.

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Turn your outstanding and future receivables into working capital at lightning speed with factoring. Want to know more about factoring? Find out more here.

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Factris offers factoring for any company in any industry. Are you looking for factoring for a transport company or an employment agency? Factris will be happy to help you.

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About Factris

Factris was founded in 2017 with the aim of making finance more accessible. Where others said no, we said yes! So we set up financing opportunities for SMEs and self-employed people. Helping people do even better is what drives us.

Factris moves your business forward


Fast. Easy. In other words, what your business has been waiting for. Simple by selling your invoices.

Debt Management

We collect your invoices for you. Focus on your story, not on who owes you by outsourcing debtor management.


Why take a risk? Rest easy knowing you won’t lose a thing when you factor in an invoice because of our credit insurance.

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so do returns for our investors.
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We’re expanding our reach across the EU.
We’re changing how SMEs are financed.
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What is DSO and how do you calculate it?

What is DSO and how do you calculate it?

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What is an invoice and what are the requirements?

What is an invoice and what are the requirements?

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