Pacific Northwest Invoice Factoring Office
Seattle, WA 98109 | Phone: 800-206-0729 or 206-575-4244
Providing cash flow solutions and invoice factoring to businesses in: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Alberta, and British Columbia.
Riviera Finance is an invoice factoring company providing the following services for companies in Seattle, Portland, Boise and all other cities throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Alberta, and British Columbia.
- Invoice Factoring
- Accounts Receivable Finance
- Factoring Freight
- Business Financing
- Payroll Funding
- Small Business Funding
Phone Numbers And Address:
1100 Dexter Avenue N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Ryan Gabriel, Business Development Manager
Marjhey Johnson, Business Development Representative
Nothing is more expensive than lost business.
|Type Of Business:||IT Services|
|In the spring of 2012, an IT services company based in Kirkland, WA landed its first engagements with Amazon and Nintendo. Recognizing the added personnel could create a biweekly payroll cash crunch, the client approached a number of factoring companies to compare options. Banks were in a state of retreat, offering prohibitively small credit limits. The client did not want to dilute equity by taking on additional investors.
After entertaining five different proposals, Riviera Finance was selected due to its financial strength, credit rating, program flexibility and simplicity, its 42 years in business, and also based the strength of its client recommendations – all areas where our competitors often come up short. In exchange, Riviera Finance has given the client total expansion flexibility, enabling it to add new staff at a moment’s notice. This in turn has led to an increased level of engagement with both Nintendo and Amazon, as their respective project managers have witnessed the client’s ability to seamlessly supply new, highly qualified, well paid staff to its most important IT projects on short notice.
Riviera Finance helps owners spend far less time navigating cash flow issues, freeing them up to focus on the “business” side of their business.