Free up cash that supports your entire supply chain

Offer your suppliers a reliable stream of cash using third-party funding.

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Supply Chain Finance provides funding
that benefits all.


Our solution can scale quickly across your entire supply chain. With our network having more than three million suppliers and operating globally, our team can supercharge outreach and get optimal results.



Your working capital strategy may change over time, so your program can change too. You can switch between third-party-funded Supply Chain Finance and self-funded Dynamic Discounting or run both programs simultaneously. Suppliers will have a unified experience and can rest assured that they will have consistent access to funds.



With our intelligent and transparent platform, extensive funding reach, and industry-leading experience, we have supported far-reaching and vital global supply chains. We are particularly proud of our adoption rates; we are able to enroll 85% of your applicable supplier spend in just one year.


Taulia delivers the keys to success

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Credit note handling

Automatically net credit notes against future early payments or block invoices from being funded early when an outstanding credit is linked to a supplier. Offer early payments without having to worry about making manual adjustments.

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Supplier-friendly tech

Our best-in-class platform gives every supplier the ability to enroll with a few clicks, as well as access to rich remittance that includes full payment and invoice-level detail, with no lengthy paperwork or legal onboarding required.

Extensive funding options

With Multifunder, leverage partnerships with as many banks as needed without worrying about individual negotiations. Also, avoid being beholden to a single bank that may be constrained by their revenue expectations and inability to cover certain currencies.

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Why Sasol chose Taulia…

“We saw at least a 2.5x ROI over and above making investment decisions on our cash, borrowing in the market, including spending money on the program itself.”

François Coetzee

Project, Bank and Cash Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

What is supply chain finance? Supply chain finance, also known as supplier finance or reverse factoring, is a financing solution in which suppliers can receive early payment on their invoices. Supply chain finance reduces the risk of supply chain disruption and enables both buyers and suppliers to optimize their working capital. Unlike other receivables finance…
What is reverse factoring? Reverse factoring is a type of supplier finance solution that companies can use to offer early payments to their suppliers based on approved invoices. Suppliers participating in a reverse factoring program can request early payment on invoices from the bank or other finance provider, with the buyer sending payment to the…
What is the new FASB accounting treatment for supply chain finance? In September 2022, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) — the governing body for accounting standards in the United States — updated its standards to include a requirement for SCF disclosure on company financial statements. For most organizations, disclosure of an existing SCF program…
What is supply chain optimization? Supply chain optimization is the process of refining the structure and operation of a supply chain. It aims to make the best use of resources and technology to extract greater efficiency and performance from the supply chain network. Well-optimized supply chains enable businesses to meet their broader objectives, whether that’s…

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