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29 May
Top 5 Reasons Your Company Should Consider Hiring Veterans

Why Should Your Business Consider Hiring Veterans?

It can be challenging for veterans to transition back to civilian life, especially when it comes to finding a job. Many of the tasks performed and skills acquired during military service don’t translate to the skills listed in a more traditional resume. However, with some understanding of how military skills can be utilized in the corporate workspace, employers will find that there is a great advantage in hiring veterans.

Why Should Your Business Consider Hiring Veterans

Top 5 Reasons for Hiring Veterans

1. Trained for Leadership

First of all, veterans excel at working in and leading teams. Military training includes putting the greater good ahead of personal interests. Trained in collaboration and cooperation, veterans look out for the goals of the team and not just personal gain. This develops trust among the team and helps it to succeed and achieve their objectives. In the military, veterans learn leadership skills and also gain valuable experience working with both subordinates and superiors. Plus, as most men and women join the military as young adults, they have developed and honed their leadership qualities for a longer period of time than most corporate workers.

2. Quick Learning

Veterans were constantly learning to meet the expectations and master the skills necessary to fulfill their duties in the military. Through personal development, formal schooling, or in unit training, veterans started learning from the moment they joined the military. They develop a growth mentality and continue to seek out new knowledge and training. Military personnel is expected to learn quickly and efficiently, retain the information, and shift to something else.

3. Adaptability and Flexibility

Another asset of military training is adaptability. When hiring veterans, you gain an employee is quick thinking and can switch gears as needed. In the military, one never knows what the day might bring, what obstacles may be encountered and what tasks need to be accomplished. A veteran will be able to adapt to new environments, hurdles, and changing goals.

4. Performance under Stress

Hiring veterans will give you an employee that handles stress well. They will not be shaken in stressful situations and won’t buckle under pressure. In the military, mistakes and bad decisions can permanently affect lives, so veterans are trained to take their jobs seriously and avoid rash decisions. They analyze information, work through the problem, and trust their intuition.

5. Open to Direction

In addition, veterans can take constructive criticism well. They are used to debriefing and reviewing after tasks and actions. They know how to gain insight and identify areas that need improvement. When your company hires a veteran, you get the benefit of his or her experience with analyzing situations for missed opportunities and/or blind spots. Plus, you can be assured that any fixes and corrections will be applied without hurt feelings. Veterans will continually seek growth and improvement.

Common Characteristics of Veteran Employees

Common Characteristics of Veteran Employees

When hiring veterans, you also gain an employee with a vast array of additional experience and qualities:

  • Technical experience and training
  • Organizational skills
  • Problem-solving skills,
  • Keen decision makers
  • Isn’t afraid of hard work
  • Takes responsibility seriously
  • Loyalty
  • Initiative and drive
  • International familiarity, which can be a great asset in our global economy.

If you aren’t already convinced that hiring veterans is a wise business decision, you will be excited to learn that there are some available incentives and tax benefits. To learn more, visit the Veterans Affairs website.

Are you looking for other ways to help your business? Do you need money to finance payroll, inventory, and other expenses? American Receivable has over 100 years of combined financial service experience. Since 1979, our outstanding professionals have been dedicated to each client and their specific needs. There are no up-front fees, hidden costs, or long-term contracts, which are common with our competitors. Call for a FREE Quote Today: 1-800-297-6652 or complete an application for factoring online.

24 Oct
Building A Customer Focused Business

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Building A Customer Focused Business

What is the #1 asset in your business? Your customers, of course! They provide the revenue that keeps your business afloat and enables growth. Without your customers, you would not be in business.
Who does not like to feel familiar and appreciated? People in general like to be acknowledged and made to feel that they matter. The same goes for business. Getting to know your customers personally and showing interest in their business will make them more likely to stay with you. Personal attention is crucial and will result in referrals to other prospective customers. People who know your business and hold you in high regard are the best referrals.
Building a customer focused business is easy.  Focus on the customer, first.
1.  Get acquainted with your customer and learn about their business.  Understand their needs and show them how you can offer support.
2.  Be accessible.  When customers call, they want immediate answers  A customer focused business will have someone answering the phone and directing them to the appropriate person to solve any issues or  handle other needs.  Lack of accessibility will result in the     customer moving their business to your competitors.          
3.  Listen and understand questions and concerns.  Show them you are interested in them and their business and finding solutions for their issues.
4.  Do them a favor.  Customers  will often call with a critical request that may be against normal protocol. Don’t make it a habit, but accommodate them when the request is feasible. Be clear that this is not usually something you do, but that you want to help  and will make an exception this time. Accommodating them will show them that you really are focused on their needs.
Remember, the success of your business is a result of your customer’s success.
11 Jan
Welcome to Our New Website

Welcome to Our New Website

We are excited to announce that our new and improved website is now live! Our new site has a fresh new layout for easier navigation for prospective and current clients as well as brokers. Our goal is to provide you with a quick and easy way to learn not only about our company but also the financial solutions we offer. Along with these new features, we also made it quick and easy for prospective clients to receive a free quote and apply online.

We hope you find our new website to be user-friendly and helpful for all of your financial needs.

17 Oct
ARC Continuing Relief Efforts

ARC Continuing Relief Efforts

American Receivable Corporation is continuing relief efforts by offering special rates to businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey and extending those rates to those affected by Hurricane Irma. American Receivable has already aided eight Houston area small businesses in their recovery efforts in the last month with hopes to grow that number as it extends to Florida. Discounted rates start as low as .8% with up to 90% funding in 24 hours.

People helping people is what keeps America strong. Call us today and let us help Texas and Florida rebuild.

05 Sep
American Receivable Offering Special Rates for Houston

American Receivable Offering Special Rates for Houston

American Receivable Corporation is now offering special rates for Houston. American Receivable is Texas Proud and is currently offering special rates to businesses in Houston needing capital to recover from Hurricane Harvey.  While there is so much that still needs to be done, some of these businesses could be of great value to that effort.  Houston business owners have been extremely generous in efforts to help the citizens of Houston persevere through this catastrophe. American Receivable would like to offer these special rates for Houston businesses needing quick access to capital to rebuild or continue operations.


The world has seen what a great state Texas is and how everyone has come together. Texas has proven that whether you were born in Texas or somehow ended up here, we are all working toward the same goal. Call us today and let us help Houston recover and rebuild. Nothing is too big for Texas or American Receivable.

 

13 Jun
Client Testimonial

Client Testimonial

It is a pleasure to write this testimonial for American Receivable.  I’ve been associated with the company for over 20 years.  They assisted me in the initial start-up of Systems Source, Inc. in 1995 and have stood by me the entire time I’ve been in business, both the good times and the bad. Jack and Brad have truly been business partners.

The true test of a partner comes when there is a crisis and you are fighting your way back. When other lenders would discontinue service, Jack and Brad listen, understand and assist you in working through the problem. They are with you all the way.

American Receivable is not just a lender, they are your partner.  If other companies seem to offer a better deal, believe me, it’s not.  You are not just an account with Jack and Brad.  You have access to the decision makers, who are interested in your success.

 

Philip Eichelberger, President                                                                                                                     Systems Source, Inc.

07 Jun
Founders Profile

Meet Jack Stieber and Brad Gurney, President and Vice President of American Receivable Corporation

Since 1979, Jack Stieber and Brad Gurney have been pioneers in the factoring industry. I sat down with them to get an in-depth look at where they started and what it takes to become #1.

First question that starts it all, how did you two meet?

Brad: I was interning with Jack’s dad, John Stieber Sr., my economics professor from SMU. He wanted to start a factoring company as he saw a real opportunity for one at the time. He sent me out to meet Jack to try and get him to factor with us as one of our first clients.

 

Jack: At the time, I owned a computer company, and my father asked me to meet with Brad and sell him one of my invoices. He was really having me vet Brad to see how well he did on the sales side of the business. A couple months later, my dad and his business partner decided to take a step back and that’s when I decided to come onboard and join Brad.

 

What was the factoring industry like at the time and how did that impact your first year of business?

Jack: To be truthful, I really didn’t know much about factoring when I decided to join Brad. My only knowledge about it was what I had learned from my father. At the time that we started American Receivable, there were roughly six other factoring companies in the DFW area.

 

Brad: Our first office also doubled as my living room. We had $40,000 and went right to work marketing. Luckily, the living room office didn’t last long and we were able to move into a converted storage closet “office.”

 

Jack: Our main focus those first couple of months was to get our name out there and promote factoring. Because it was a relatively new industry, people were unaware as to what invoice factoring was, and it became our job to not only educate them but to also sell them on the idea. With a lot of hard work, we were able to sign our first client within the first 2 months bringing in $20k of invoices.

 

Advertising and marketing was so different in the early 80’s than it is today. With such limited resources, what avenues did you pursue to drive business?

Brad: We spent a great deal of time putting together mailers to send to businesses in the area. I remember being in our tiny office stuffing envelopes and typing addresses until 2 or 3 in the morning. We also used the cold calling tactic as we tried to educate companies on our services.

 

Jack: I think our greatest success in marketing was when we realized that we needed to partner with banks. We were the first factoring company to partner with bankers in the metroplex. We developed relationships with many different bankers, some of whom have become bank Presidents. Today, relationships with bankers is one of the most important aspects of the factoring industry. With our marketing efforts and the advancements in technology, we now have over 1500 relationships in the DFW area.

 

Brad: Those relationships allowed us to shift our marketing skills from mass marketing to direct marketing of businesses with factoring potential.

 

Factoring is now a main source of cash flow for many businesses. When did the industry begin to boom?

Brad: Factoring really started to take flight at the end of the 80’s as the Savings & Loans crisis started to heat up. Essentially, we were in the right place at the right time. Because we had established relationships with bankers, they called us to help them with their customers. All of our efforts came to fruition in the 90’s as business began to explode. We had already expanded American Receivable to Austin and San Antonio in the 80’s, and in the 90’s, we were able to expand nationally.

 

With this amount of growth, how did business change?

Jack: With all the growth that happened, we were able to get out of our storage closet office and put down a real home base as well as hire our first employee. In 1996, we signed our first account to factor $1 million a month. This was huge for American Receivable as the factoring industry had really taken off and now we had multiple competitors. When the market crashed in the early 2000’s, business once again exploded, this time nationwide. American Receivable was doubling business every 3-4 years, increasing our presence in the finance industry.

 

What would be your selling point to someone interested in factoring and considering American Receivable?

Brad: American Receivable has been owned and operated by Jack and I for the last 38 years. We have a dedicated staff who is there to help you every step of the way. We offer some of the lowest rates in the nation starting at .08% and up to 90% funding within 48 hours with no start-up fees or hidden costs. We have also been ranked #1 by Top Ten Reviews for 3 consecutive years.

 

Jack: Our goal is to help small businesses succeed. In today’s time, cash flow is a big obstacle for smaller businesses. If we can play a part in helping someone be successful in a field they are passionate about, then we have done our job. It’s a rewarding feeling knowing American Receivable can be a part of their success.

 

American Receivable is a Dallas factoring company that provides services for businesses nationwide. American receivable has been in business for 38 years and has been ranked the #1 Factoring Company in America by Top 10 Reviews for three consecutive years.

17 May
American Receivable Remains #1 for Third Consecutive Year

American Receivable Remains #1 for Third Consecutive Year

Dallas, Texas– For the third consecutive year, Top Ten Reviews has ranked American Receivable as the #1 factoring company in the U.S. American Receivable was one of the first factoring companies in the DFW metroplex, and for the last 39 years, American Receivable has provided cash flow solutions to businesses across the nation.

American Receivable offers custom tailored working capital for each client at some of the lowest and most competitive rates in the industry starting at .8% with up to 95% advances. American Receivable offers a quick and seamless application process with no upfront or hidden fees. Clients can receive funding in as little as 24 hours and require no monthly minimums or maximums.

If you need financing call American Receivable at 972.404.4726 or on the web at www.americanreceivable.com

02 May
A Record Month for New Factoring Clients

A Record Month for New Factoring Clients

American Receivable Corporation is excited to announce its biggest month of 2017. We welcomed twelve new clients for the month of April.

April’s new clients include:

  • A Mesquite, TX environmental contracting company
  • A Williston, ND based oilfield maintenance company
  • A Richardson, TX telecom company
  • A Plano, TX computer programming company
  • A Des Peres, CA water system supply maintenance company
  • A Hawley, PA low voltage wiring and cabling installation company
  • A Conneaut, Ohio based hydraulic hose fabrication company
  • A Santee, CA hospitality staffing agency
  • A Bristol, CT courier and delivery service company
  • A Frisco, TX electrical staffing agency
  • A Wilmington, DE based seasonal wholesale importing firm

We would like to offer special thanks to our sales team and network of bankers and brokers for all the April generated leads who helped make April successful. Here’s to a continued prosperous 2017!

 

19 Apr
American Receivable Corporation Next Generation

American Receivable Corporation Next Generation

Dallas, Texas- American Receivable is proud to announce that Sierra Stieber has joined the team as a second-generation employee. Sierra will have many roles at ARC from sales to account management and office operations.

Sierra graduated from Texas Tech University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree. After graduating, Sierra traveled to Austin where she began her career as an event planner. Sierra worked with the industry’s top planners and executing some of Austin’s most spectacular events from quaint hill country weddings to South by Southwest parties. After 5 years in Austin, she decided to trade in her party hat and move back to Dallas to embark on a more corporate career.

Jack Stieber, President and father of Sierra said, “Bringing Sierra onboard to help us continue our success with the new generation of business owners was an easy decision. Her experience in the event industry fortified her skills not only in sales but in being a great business leader. I am proud and confident that she will play a key role in continuing American Receivable’s success in the future.”

“The industries might be vastly different, but the principals of success remain the same. I grew up in and around the factoring world, working many summers as an intern for ARC. I am excited to embark on this endeavor with ARC and to bring a new perspective to the business,” says Sierra.

American Receivable is a Dallas factoring company that provides factoring services for small business. American receivable has been in business for 38 years and has been ranked the #1 Factoring Company in America by Top 10 Reviews for three consecutive years.

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