Does your company work with Medefis Vendor-Neutral Managed Services Program? If you do, you’re able to factor your Medefis invoices in exchange for a cash advance.
Why Factor Your Medefis Invoices?
When you factor your Medefis invoices, your company can get the money it needs to take on new projects, make payroll and pay bills. Your business does not need to wait 30, 60 or 90 days to get paid with invoice factoring.
What is Invoice Factoring?
Accounts receivable factoring, also known as invoice factoring, is the process of selling your business’ outstanding invoices to a factoring company for a cash advance.
How Does Factoring Medefis Invoices Work?
Serve Your Clients
Your company services your clients as usual.
Submit Invoice to PRN Funding
After services are completed, submit the invoices to factor to PRN Funding.
PRN Funding then verifies that the work has been performed or products have been delivered.
Receive Cash Within 24 Hours
PRN Funding then advances you the cash your company needs within 24 hours.
Why Choose to Factor Medefis Invoices?
- Factoring is not debt and does not require your business to put down collateral. All you need to start is unpaid invoices.
- You don’t need a perfect credit score to factor your Medefis invoices. Approval is based on the credit of your customers.
- Factoring is fast. You can get funding in as fast as 24 hours.
- It’s flexible. Your company decides which invoices your company wants to factor and when.
Factoring your Medefis invoices allows your company to balance its cash flow without having to dip into personal finances. It also allows your company to continually grow by taking on new clients and projects without having to worry about how its going to pay the bills or purchase raw materials.
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Medefis began in Omaha, Nebraska in 2003 with a core focus on vendor neutrality and ease-of-use.
Since its founding, Medefis has helped hundreds of businesses in the healthcare industry manage their staffing needs. The company now has associate vendors throughout the United States.