Invest Atlanta Webinar: NOW Account
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Government Contracting – February Please click here to register
“How do you sustain a business, fund growth, and maintain cash flow within the confines and constraints of a government contract?” asks Sharp Solutions Inc. CEO Woodie Sharpless. Since leaving his post at the White House Communications Agency and going out on his own, his company has played an integral part in establishing and operationalizing Enterprise Architecture, Cloud Services, and IT Acquisition Review (ITAR) processes with the Department of Homeland Security.
“Government contracts typically have Net 30 or Net 45 terms, but being a small business, that presents a huge challenge,” he says. “I’ve got to pay employee salaries and benefits for 30 to 45 days before I get paid. That’s a huge burden on my shoulders.”
For small businesses that sell to government or commercial customers that require extended payment terms as long as 30, 60 or even 90 days, NOWaccount allows you to get paid – your actual revenue, not a loan or factoring – within days, regardless of when or if your customer pays. And it’s largely invisible to your customer. For the same or less than the cost of accepting a credit card, you can get paid in days, offload the payment risk, eliminate the time and effort required to manage accounts receivables and collections, and actually strengthen your balance sheet, enhancing your ability to access additional sources of capital, such as loans and lines of credit
“NOWaccount bridges that timeframe for me,” says Sharpless. “Now I’m totally focused on operations because I know I’ll get paid.”
In addition to helping small government contractors get paid quickly on their existing government contracts, NOW Corp has launched the NOW Network to help connect NOWaccount clients with large government customers and each other to go after new government bids. Reserve your place at this session to learn more about how NOWaccount can help your business GROW FEARLESSLY!
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