Are you worried about limited cash flow because of large inventory investments to meet demand?
Investing in inventory directly affects profit and cash flow for a business. Knowing how much to buy and when to buy is a critical game with the potential of big gains and even greater losses. Aligning with a partner to even out the ebbs and flows will make cash flow predictions more accurate and allow the company to remain nimble.
Mainstay helps clients by making inventory investments for them, relieving the client and assuming the risk.
How much cash do you have sitting in inventory?
If limited cash flow hinders the growth of your company, it may be time to reevaluate your current vendor relationships. Consider a partnership with Mainstay. Fill out the form or call now.
How Mainstay helps to increase cash flow
Before partnering with Mainstay, an organization in the medical industry was constantly having to absorb their vendors’ shortcomings. The vendor’s lead time was erratic and delivery dates were missed. Extra inventory levels were regularly purchased and stored to buffer the vendor’s inconsistencies. The extra inventory depleted cash flow and took up valuable floor space.
Mainstay was able to help in two key ways. First, Mainstay invested in human and equipment assets to meet the client’s lead times consistently. Second, Mainstay assumed the investment and responsibility of purchasing and storing inventory. This allowed the client to turn the inventory into cash and open up valuable floor space to add more internal value to customers.