FTF Financial

Whether You’re a Client or Supplier, Unlock Your Working Capital with Supply Chain Finance

FTF Financial

Manage your Supply Chain Finance Program All in One Place with
FTF QuickPay

FTF Financial

Extend the Trade Payable Cycle without Stressing Suppliers or Vendors with FTF Financial Group

What is Supply Chain Finance?

Supply Chain Finance is the most cost-effective method for Clients to extend their accounts payable terms while allowing their Suppliers to access cash flow early from their approved invoices.

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What is SCF?

Not sure what Supply Chain Finance is or how it can increase your bottom line? Get educated on it here.

FTF QuickPay

When companies want to optimize working capital, they turn to FTF QuickPay supply chain finance.

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Let’s start a conversation about the benefits and ease of implementing a Supply Chain Finance Program.

Unlock More Cash Flow and Reduce the Cost of Capital by Extending your Accounts Payable Cycle with FTF Financial Group QuickPay

Three Tenets of a Successful Supply Chain

Growth

Financial Stability

Competitiveness

Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is an efficient way to tap into a congested working capital pipeline that both the Client and the Supplier experience during periodic stages of the cash flow process.

Supply Chain Finance Unlocks the Cash Flow Gridlock Inside
Your Supply Chain

Client

Extending the time it takes to pay Supplier invoices improves several financial metrics, and most importantly, frees up cash that may be used for operating expenses, capital expenditures or product research.

Supplier

Requesting early payment can mitigate the effect of invoice payment term extensions by unlocking cash flow tied up in accounts receivable, eliminating business disruption and improving growth.

Supply Chain Finance Unlocks the Cash Flow Gridlock Inside
Your Supply Chain

Client

Extending the time it takes to pay Supplier invoices improves several financial metrics, and most importantly, frees up cash that may be used for operating expenses, capital expenditures or product research.

Supplier

Requesting early payment can mitigate the effect of invoice payment term extensions by unlocking cash flow tied up in accounts receivable, eliminating business disruption and improving growth.