Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
To recognize the company’s 70th year in business, Transfac Capital has launched a redesigned website to offer customers and potential customers a more user-friendly online experience. The new website has a cleaner design and more simplified information to provide an even higher level of customer service.
Transfac has come a long way since it began advising businesses about accounts receivable financing in the Pacific Northwest in 1942.
“Back then most business was conducted in person, not via an Internet website. But Transfac has always evolved with the times,” said John Thompson, chief financial officer for Transfac Capital, a company specializing in accounts receivable funding for small and mid-sized businesses. “Though some things never change. People knew then, as they know today, that accounts receivable financing is an excellent way for businesses to have regular cash flow, while freeing up time spent on billing and collections.”
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According to Transfac spokeswoman Kendrah Wick:
“We redesigned the website to help streamline information for our clients and to give the site a more updated and cleaner look.”
New features include:
“Information about all of our products and services is now easier to access and understand.
We’ve simplified things to make it easier and faster for clients or potential clients to get answers and gain a better understanding of everything Transfac has to offer,” Wick said.
New clients may now go to the website to fill out an application for Transfac’s services, and can receive an instant quote for how much money can be advanced from unpaid invoices.
They can also view a sample schedule of payments.
In the next few months, additional features will be added including microsites with information geared toward specific industries, an FTP site where clients can easily upload information and a video on the home page.
About Transfac Capital
Going strong for more than six decades, Transfac has helped to pioneer accounts receivable funding, business credit risk assessment and accounts receivable management since 1942. Transfac grew from a Pacific Northwest transportation cooperative that took over the daunting function of financing, billing and collecting thousands of invoices each week. Today, the firm has clients across America from a variety of industries including manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, service, communications, transportation, recreation and staffing. Transfac Capital recently updated its website. The site now includes up-to-date information about the company’s products and services. For more information, please visit http://www.transfac.com.