Focus on Telling Your Business Story.
See if Factoring Can Work for You.
Ready to start growing your business with Factoring? We are.
Our team can’t wait to unleash the power of factoring for your SME.
But before we do that, let’s make sure we’re a good fit.
First, let’s take a look at your SME to see if we can help.
Are you a B2B company or a freelancer who works with B2Bs?
Are the invoices free to be factored and not pledged?
Does your company have yearly revenue of more than 50.000 €?
Has your company been operating for at least six months?
If you answered “Yes” to these questions, we have good news:
You’re eligible to factor your invoices with Factris.
How do you factor your invoices with Factris?
Create a login
with Factris in just a few minutes. This will give you access to your financing platform, where you’ll be in control for your finances.
about your company and invoices, such as: company revenues, how much factoring you desire, and average amount of time your invoices take to be paid.
Receive a factoring quote
with a fee range. If you agree to this range, you’ll receive a personal account manager to help guide you.
Your personal account manager
will learn more about your business’ financing needs, explain debtor and credit management in more detail, and help you through the boarding process.
Discover how you can tell your story with Factris
Factris is empowering countless SMEs just like you. Learn what others are accomplishing to inspire your journey to success
Industry: Transport; Funding limit: 40K
This company has two trucks every week that transport sea containers with products to the customer. The company sees opportunities that it wants to take advantage of but faces long payment terms.
By using factoring via Factris, he can make his entire debtor balance liquid, which immediately releases money. The upcoming invoices are also paid within 24 hours so that no more opportunities are missed.
Industry: Construction; Funding limit: 50K
Factoring with Factris eliminated this problem, allowing them to shift their focus away from worrying about unpaid invoices and back towards growing their company.