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Financing Options: A Key to Business Success & Stability

In today’s fast-paced and competitive market, businesses must continually evolve and adapt to stay ahead of the curve. One such strategy for ensuring long-term success and stability is offering financing options to customers and patients. By providing flexible payment plans, businesses can attract a wider range of clients, improve customer satisfaction, and ultimately, increase sales. Here’s how offering financing options may help to future-proof your business and explore the various benefits it brings.

Attracting a broader customer base

Offering financing options can make your products and services more accessible to a larger audience. Many consumers may hesitate to make large purchases or commit to expensive services due to budget constraints. By providing flexible payment plans, you can help potential customers overcome these financial barriers, leading to a more diverse and extensive customer base. In turn, this broader audience can contribute to increased brand awareness and higher sales volumes.

Enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty

Customers appreciate businesses that cater to their financial needs and show an understanding of their budget limitations. By providing financing options, you are demonstrating your commitment to customer satisfaction and addressing their concerns. This level of consideration can result in increased customer loyalty and repeat business, as satisfied customers are more likely to return and recommend your business to others.

Boosting sales and revenue

Financing options may significantly drive increased sales and revenue for businesses. When customers have the option to spread payments over time, they are more likely to make larger purchases, leading to a higher average transaction value. Additionally, financing options can help reduce the number of abandoned carts, as customers are less likely to experience sticker shock when they know they can pay for their purchases in installments.

Gaining a competitive advantage

In a crowded market, businesses must find ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Offering financing options can give your business a unique selling proposition, attracting customers who may not have considered your products or services otherwise. This competitive edge can be especially beneficial in industries where price sensitivity is high, as customers may choose your business over others due to the availability of financing options.

Improving cash flow and financial stability

Financing options can also contribute to improved cash flow and financial stability for businesses. When customers choose to finance their purchases, businesses often receive the full payment upfront from the financing company. This immediate payment can help improve cash flow and reduce the risks associated with late or missed payments. Additionally, a steady cash flow can contribute to the overall financial stability of your business, allowing you to plan and invest in future growth opportunities more effectively.

Adapting to changing market conditions

The global economy and consumer preferences are constantly evolving. To maintain long-term success, businesses must be able to adapt to these changing market conditions. Offering financing options can help your business remain agile and responsive to market fluctuations. For example, during economic downturns, customers may be more cautious with their spending, making financing options even more appealing. By providing flexible payment plans, your business can continue to attract customers and generate sales, even in challenging economic environments.

Preparing for future growth and expansion

Investing in financing options now can pave the way for future growth and expansion. As your business becomes more established and recognized for offering flexible payment plans, you may experience increased demand for your products and services. This growing customer base can provide a strong foundation for future expansion, whether it be introducing new product lines, entering new markets, or opening additional locations.

As you embark on this journey, remember to educate your staff about the benefits of financing options and train them on how to communicate these advantages to customers effectively. This will ensure that your team is well-equipped to promote and support the use of financing options, ultimately contributing to the success of this initiative.

Implementing financing options may seem like a daunting task, but with the right partner and a well-thought-out strategy, your business can reap the rewards. Ready to begin the conversation? Our team can help you explore your options.

United Credit strives to keep the content shared on this blog accurate and up to date. You are urged to consult with business, financial, legal, tax and/or other advisors and/or medical providers with respect to any information presented. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone and have not been approved or otherwise endorsed by any financial or medical institution. This content is intended for informational purposes only.

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Jessica Payan

VP of Human Resources

As a certified Professional in HR (PHR), Jessica brings 10 years of HR experience to the United Credit team. She is responsible for managing the strategy and processes related to building and retaining an exceptional team of professionals. Jessica is passionate about supporting each employee to be their most successful and exemplifies our core values daily.

Aaron Mishkin


As Controller, Aaron manages the income and expenses of the Company and the incoming and outgoing loan funds with the utmost integrity. He is a lifelong learner with multiple degrees and certifications to his name and 25 years of working in financial services. Aaron’s reason behind being a part of the United Credit team is to make a difference in the Company and to his coworkers, our partners, and our customers.

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VP of IT

Jorge works closely with cross-functional partners throughout the business to develop virtual experiences and oversees the IT team that keeps our platforms running smoothly. His goal is to provide an optimistic approach to the challenges we face while supporting our staff and partners with respect. With over 6 years of working for United Credit, Jorge brings a wealth of knowledge about our history and computer engineering.

Brett Walisever

VP of Strategic Accounts

Brett spearheads our business sales growth by identifying and supporting new merchants in partnering with United Credit. He has 10+ years of sales, contract negotiation, and market strategy experience that he brings to each new merchant and our team. His desire is to support the growth of United Credit and the merchants we serve through respect and collaboration.

Andria Sullivan

Chief Experience Officer

Andria is a seasoned leader with over 10 years of experience in providing world-class customer service and directing consumer finance processes. She oversees the tracking, reporting, and achievement of our company goals, long and short-term projects, and special initiatives. Andria is service-minded when it comes to collaborating internally and externally, and it shines through in every interaction.

Nate Moster

Chief Sales and Marketing Officer

As Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Nate expertly drives revenue growth for United Credit by leading sales and marketing strategies across all channels. With over 20 years of experience working with global brands in various industries, Nate has a proven track record of boosting sales, expanding market share, and building strong relationships. His unique ‘right-brain + left-brain’ approach combines business acumen and strategic thinking with striking creative execution, ensuring United Credit’s sales and marketing efforts consistently deliver results for continued success.

Matthew Libman

Founder & President

Matthew is the President and Founder of United Credit. Matt founded fintech company United Medical Credit in 2011 to connect consumers and businesses with an array of experienced, innovative financing solutions. In 2022, the company grew and became United Credit, fueling an expansion into retail markets while retaining its expertise in specialty healthcare.

Since its founding, Matt has provided leadership for all aspects of the Company, emphasizing long-term growth while ensuring United Credit delivers value to its consumers, merchants, and business partners. The Company has risen in the fintech space as a preferred consumer financing partner under his tenure.

Matt is also an active member of YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization), the world’s largest leadership community of company chief executives.