Make your cash flow

With new invoice finance from Satago,
your all-in-one cashflow solution

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We've considered everything you'll need to improve your cashflow.
You'll never need to use anything else, ever again.

Credit Risk Data

Visualise the credit risk of your sales ledger

Receive alerts when customers exceed their credit limit

Check potential customers’ and suppliers’ credit scores

Invoice Finance

Finance individual invoices with just a few clicks

Get paid instantly regardless of credit terms

Peace of mind with Debtor Protection cover

Invoice Reminder CRM

Automate and customise payment reminders

Centralise your credit control communications

Track your accounts receivable with interactive reports

Three steps to complete cashflow confidence

In three simple steps your account is all set and ready to go.

Simple integration

With just one click Satago connects to your accounting software and stays up-to-date with your invoices and customer information.

Insight & action

Understand the financial health of your customers like never before. Let Satago remind your customers for payment automatically, so you don't have to.

Instant finance

No more waiting for slow payers. Unlock the value in your invoices instantly with selective and 100% confidential single invoice finance.

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One-click integration with

Xero Sage One QuickBooks KashFlow FreshBooks FreeAgent

Our award-winning finance team chose to partner with Satago: they share our vision of making the Credit Control process client-focused, simple, and exciting. Their software is great, with intelligent features and reporting. They take feedback on board, and really invest in their service. As the Finance Director, using Satago's software gives me the peace of mind I need, so I can ensure we balance client relationships and our bank balance.

Mike Copping - Finance Director


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