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URICA Supply Chain Funding injects cash into supply chains to empower businesses of all sizes to pay and get paid on the terms of trade they want with zero risk and zero debt.

URICA was designed from the ground up, reimagining how business payments should work to address once and for all the problem of late payment within SME supply chains. URICA’s online platform and strategic partners mean that for the first time the benefits of supply chain funding can be available to every business in a supply chain, even the smallest.

 

Services

Benefits:

  • Get paid 100 % of their invoices less a small fee as soon as the customer approves the invoice
  • No cash flow risk – be certain of getting paid when you want
  • Extended credit up to 120 days
  • No risk of non-payment
  • No currency risk on export deals at no additional cost. We cover over 50 countries
  • Open account credit with zero risk or debt
  • All payments by us to you are non-recourse. It is exactly as if your customer had paid you
  • Never any need for personal guarantees or security
  • Use URICA for one or all of your invoices, when you need us
  • Free to join with no long-term contracts

Clients

URICA Supply Chain Funding is suitable for businesses in any sector that:

  • Want to work with bigger customers
  • Want to better manage their cash flow
  • Want to be able to offer longer credit terms to customers
  • Want to pay suppliers promptly and yet have extended credit
  • Want to strengthen their working capital position

But don't take our word for it, take a look at just a few of our testimonials - https://urica.com/case-studies/

Contact

Address
3 Queen Square
WC1N 3AR
United Kingdom
Number of employees
1 - 4
Turnover
N/A

News

URICA Webinar: Payment Methods for Imports & Exports

09 Oct 2017 by URICA Supply Chain Funding
URICA Webinar

Webinar Summary

Working on an international scale with clients from around the world can be a challenge: you don't want to ship your goods or deliver services and not get paid. Waiting 3 or more months to get paid isn't an option either when you need to cover your costs upfront and pay suppliers.

In this 60-minute webinar, you will learn:

URICA Webinar: Grow Exports With Certainty of Payment

27 Sep 2017 by URICA Supply Chain Funding

Webinar Summary

Working on an international scale with clients from around the world can be a challenge: you don't want to ship your goods or deliver services and not get paid. Waiting 3 or more months to get paid isn't an option either when you need to cover your costs upfront and pay suppliers.

In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn:

URICA Webinar: What Is Supply Chain Funding and How Can It Improve Your Cash Flow?

15 Aug 2017 by URICA Supply Chain Funding
URICA Webinar: What Is Supply Chain Funding and How Can It Improve Your Cash Flow?

As you may be aware, on the 28th July URICA hosted a webinar on supply chain funding and how it can benefit businesses working capital. After popular demand, URICA are hosting a second webinar on a similar topic, however, this time, focusing on how supply chain funding can improve cash flow. Register your free space here - http://bit.ly/2ukPLdr

Webinar Details

Webinar: “What is supply chain funding and how can it improve cash flow?”

Time and date 

What Is Supply Chain Funding and How Can It Improve Your Working Capital – URICA Webinar

20 Jul 2017 by URICA Supply Chain Funding
URICA Webinar - Supply Chain Funding

Supply chain funding is a little known alternative finance solution. Unlike supply chain finance, supply chain funding can work up and down the supply chain. It is accessible to all business sizes, not just big established firms, and could dramatically improve your working capital and cash flow management.

URICA Supply Chain Funding benefits businesses that:

Could Brittle Engineering Supply Chains Be a Spanner in the Works?

24 May 2017 by URICA Supply Chain Funding
Engineering supply chains

There was once little or no data on the strength of engineering supply chains. But there is now and we now know that a dichotomy exists in the minds of engineering entrepreneurs – 74% see an increase in turnover during the next twelve months; 42% believe supply chains are at breaking point. An interesting contradiction.