Oklahoma consists of mountains, mesas, forests, and prairie. Not only does it boast geographic diversity but ethnic diversity as well. The Sooner State is home to 39 Native American tribal headquarters and has more languages spoken than all of Europe. Oklahoma’s economy relies on many industrial sectors like aerospace, energy, and telecommunications. All air traffic controllers are trained in Oklahoma City at the Mike Monroney FAA Center. Oklahoma’s aerospace industry accounts for 10% of the state’s industry and is ranked top 10 nationally for aerospace engine manufacturing. In addition to aerospace, Oklahoma is the nation’s third-largest producer of natural gas, fifth-largest of crude oil, and eighth in installed wind energy capacity. Oklahoma is home to the second-most active drilling rigs in the nation, and the energy industry contributes more than $35 billion to Oklahoma’s GDP. Top agricultural products include poultry, pork, and wheat.
Eagle Business Credit serves businesses across Oklahoma, including those in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Norman. With several large business headquarters and major operations from companies like Dell, Hertz, and UPS, Oklahoma City has been named one of the Best Places for Business by Forbes and the Best Large City to Start a Business by WalletHub. Tulsa has a majority of small and medium-sized businesses serving as the city’s primary employers and making up the majority of the city’s companies. Norman is a center for research with the University of Oklahoma, the National Weather Center, and the Oklahoma Geological Survey.
Devon Energy, America’s largest independent oil and natural gas company, is headquartered in Oklahoma City. Devon employs around 2,500 Oklahomans.
Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores, one of the nation’s largest privately-owned companies, is based in Oklahoma City. Love’s employs over 22,000 employees and operates over 400 facilities.
The QuikTrip Corporation, headquartered in Tulsa, is a chain of fuel stations and convenience stores. QuikTrip operates over 700 facilities and employs over 22,000 people.
We make working capital funding easy. You keep running your business, and we provide immediate payment for your open invoices. We collect from your customer after the 30 to 60 to 90 days, and you stop waiting to get paid for your goods or services provided. Invoice factoring allows you to grow your business without the stress of cash flow constraint. It can be challenging to meet payroll, cover overhead expenses, and pay your suppliers when you face long payment terms. Eagle Business Credit finances your receivables, so your business can ‘soar.’
Call us today and find out how easy it is to turn your unpaid invoices into funds you can use to grow tomorrow.