Our Working Capital Solutions
Supply Chain Finance
Supply chain finance, also known as supplier finance or reverse factoring, is a set of solutions that optimizes cash flow by allowing businesses to lengthen their payment terms to their suppliers while providing the option for their large and SME suppliers to get paid early. Our innovative multibank platform and award-winning solution has made Addendum Africa’s supply chain finance leader.
Selective Receivables Finance
We help our clients by freeing up working capital in their businesses by allowing them to select which debtor invoices to sell in order to keep cash flowing into the business. Using Addendum’s world-class and state-of-the-art software technology, companies can selectively sell their invoices for early payment well before the actual due date and, in most cases, without any involvement from their customers.
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Working Capital from Addendum
A global award-winning working capital solution…
Addendum is a leading provider of working capital financial technology solutions. We help our clients optimize their working capital to efficiently fund strategic initiatives, gain a competitive advantage and strengthen relationships throughout the supply chain.
Interested in learning more about our working capital solutions (Supply Chain Finance and Selective Receivables Finance)? Please contact us for more information about how we can unlock value for your business.
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