FactorFox Software was the first factoring cloud software company when the cloud was in its infancy. It started as software run on a server, and over time evolved to an actual software application compiled on a server farm and distributed over a private network. As technology improved and web browsers became more sophisticated, our company grew too. We partnered with strategic companies like RackSpace for our hosting and Iron Mountain as our software escrow company. We understand your data is extremely important and we take many steps to make sure you’re protected.
FactorFox Software, LLC Started in 2002
FactorFox Software, LLC was started in 2002 by Jeff Callender, a factor with many years’ experience buying receivables, and Robert Vasquez, a programmer who also had worked in the accounting field. The first two years were spent developing the concept, then coding and writing the first ever web-native factoring software platform. That product was released in 2004 and has matured steadily since. With factoring companies throughout the world using the product, FactorFox has become a leader in the factoring software industry. With subscribing customers ranging from one-person shops to complete franchises, FactorFox continues to attract businesses to its solution — both startups as well as those who have factored for years.
Affordable and Robust Factoring Software
Why the attraction? It is both affordable and robust. It has many features that other platforms costing much more lack. Its support staff answer chat calls quickly, professionally, and have a sound knowledge of the product. And the list goes on. If you’re looking for factoring software done right, you’ve come to the right place! To learn more, click on blue contact tab at the bottom of this page, then take a free test drive using the complete product for 30 or 60 days.
Learn about Factoring
Some people are interested in becoming factors but have little or no experience in the industry. Unless you have worked for a factoring company and are familiar with normal factoring practices, we highly recommend you learn as much about being a factor as you can before beginning a factoring business and using FactorFox. Dash Point Publishing provides many books, ebooks, and other resources to help people new to factoring learn many key aspects of the business. In addition to books and ebooks, the site provides legal document templates, an ROI spreadsheet calculator, and several bundles of products at discounted prices — all to get you started on the right foot. Reading these materials can help you not only avoid mistakes simply made from inexperience, but understand why FactorFox is organized the way it is. You’ll then find learning and using the program to be even easier. Reading these materials can help you not only avoid mistakes simply made from inexperience, but understand why FactorFox is organized the way it is. You’ll then find learning and using the program to be easier.