Since 2005, the clinic had grown rapidly, with increasing monthly revenue, steady cash flow and patients booked for months. Then a planned system overhaul affected their payouts.
With an $850,000 payroll paid biweekly, they needed funding immediately to cover the gap — just for a month or two.
They took a few loans over 4 payroll periods, each progressively smaller as their system was put in place. By 8 weeks, their cash flow hiccup was solved.