As the UK's leading point of sale finance provider, more than 3,000 retailers of all shapes and sizes rely on us to provide their credit facility.
From driving traffic to increasing conversions, offering a point of sale finance solution could help you meet your business goals.
A recent survey of our retail finance customers showed that 59%* of customers chose to go ahead with the purchase because of the availability of an affordable credit option.
*Based on 9,316 customer responses collected between February 2018 and January 2019
Our expertise in retail finance is diverse and dynamic. Here are just some of the sectors in which we specialise.
A wide range of products to suit your business and your customers.
‘Out of the box’ quick, but ‘outside the box’ creative. A tailored service that suits your business.
With a successful omnichannel approach in place, sofa.com teamed up with Hitachi Capital in January 2014 to offer interest free credit to customers
By implementing new processes – such as online applications and e-signatures – and bringing in the latest technologies, we’ve helped Britain’s leading jewellery retailer improve its finance offer
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08:45 - 18:00 Saturday
10:00 - 18:00 Sunday
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