Supply Chain Finance


Supply Chain Finance

Enterprises that operate using invoices as financial instruments often experience delays in payments. Such circumstances have follow-on effects on the business, as this leads to a situation wherein the SME is short of funds that might be required at a point in time to run operations or seize a potential growth opportunity.

These unnecessary delays create a whole host of inconveniences for aspirational business owners who wish to fund their business operations without delay. At Adroit Advisory, we understand that timing is of the essence. Through ‘Supply Chain Finance’, we solve all your cash flow problems through accounts receivable financing, which instantly liquidates your invoices into cash.

Supply Chain Finance is a revolutionary way to put more money into your business by collateralising your business’s outstanding invoices or bills. SMEs with a client base of blue chip corporate customers and growing orders in the pipeline can avail multiple benefits of this financial product by getting a fast advance of up to 80% of their invoice’s value.

Whether you wish to combat cash flow slowdowns or get started on a new project altogether, Supply Chain Finance is the perfect solution for you to ease the burdens on your business.


Loan tenure between 30 – 180 days

Opt for a flexible repayment plan between 30-180 days, depending on the nature of your business and vendor payment cycles.

Loan amount up to 80% of the invoice value

Supply Chain Finance is structured in a way that you’re eligible for funds up to 80% of the value of your invoices or bills.

Loan amount between ₹1 Lac - ₹1 Crore

Borrow funds up to INR 1 Crore to deploy into your business. These funds can be used as working capital to run operations or achieve short-term growth.

One-time bullet repayment mode available

If, instead of easy monthly instalments, you wish to pay us back in one go, you can opt for our exclusive one-time bullet repayment mode to avoid paying any further interest.


Apply anytime from wherever you are

Forget the hassles of going to a bank to obtain a loan. You can apply for Supply Chain Finance against your invoice without stepping out of your home or office at any point in time. Get easy access to funds with our convenient mobile app, or fill out an application form on our website.

A simple, quick online application procedure

As long as you have a working internet connection, you can apply for Supply Chain Finance by filling a 10-minute online application form and uploading the required documents.


With Supply Chain Finance, you need not pledge any personal or business assets to request for a loan. The invoices you provide are integral to kick start the application process.

Get credit within 3 days

We understand the urgency of your request, as you would liquidate your invoices to receive cash instantly. Our data-driven competencies help us assess your loan application in minutes, determine the loan decision in hours and disburse funds within 3 days.

Eligibility Criteria

In order to receive funds for your invoices, you are required to comply with the following parameters:

  • Your business must have minimum operational history of over 2 years
  • Your customer minimum vintage should be over 3 months
  • Your minimum turnover must be over ₹1 Crore

How to apply

  • Click on ‘Apply Now’
  • Fill in the 10-minute form
  • Upload the requested documents
  • Receive the best working capital finance offer that is tailored to your business

Documents Required

Keep digital copies of the following handy at the time of application:

  • Audited financials for the last 2 years
  • VAT returns and bank documents for the last 6 months
  • KYC documents of the applicant and the organisation.
  • Invoices for the last 3 months
  • Sales ledger for the last 6 months

Fees and Charges

At Adroit Advisory, we conduct business in the most transparent manner. This means, you’re only obligated to pay a processing fee of up to 2% for the loan. There are no hidden or pre-closure penalties during or after your application procedure.

Businesses eligible for loans

Loan process