Generated automatically from your existing spend
Lets employees focus on what’s important
Reduces processing costs while increasing compliance
Programmes can be self or externally funded, the latter with no impact on trade payables
Outcomes-based gainshare model
Driving liquidity for all sizes of supplierRead More
Works with your existing processes and technology
Contingent on Performance
In exchange for payment of an agreed rebate, suppliers gain substantially improved cash flow and working capital
There’s no need to use existing or additional credit facilities, freeing up this capacity for further investment
Ensuring your invoices are addressed quickly and potential delays are minimised
Resources previously tied up in chasing payments can be focused on core activities, generating greater value
We use technology to receive, evaluate and track invoices and payments that works with your current processes
Pay only for rebates taken based on actual days of payment acceleration
Yvette Schemet, Premier Fostercare
Tina Graham, Oldham Play Action Group
Victoria Robinson, Holroyd Skip Hire
The feedback from local businesses has been fantastic. They tell us that cashflow is their lifeline and this gives them much needed liquidity at a time when their costs are rising.
Some local councils are unable to report how many bills have been paid within 30 days.
Ben Jackson is appointed as CEO, Europe and Gareth Kentish joins as new Head of Sales.
Warwickshire County Council has now launched its new Premier Supplier Service (PSS).
Phil Woolas reports from both Labour and Conservative Party Conferences.
Oxygen Finance meets with industry group, CECA North-East.
New research shows SMEs are holding a staggering £67.4bn of outstanding invoices.
In 2011, Oldham Council teamed up with Oxygen to pioneer an early payment programme.
The government is getting serious about late payment.
Councils face £10bn of cost pressures over the next five years.
Lewis Mitchell, Oxygen’s Director of Sales and Commercial, shares his thoughts.