Win more customers and trade safely by extending better credit to your business customers.
Solutions are delivered via API, so you can make credit decisions instantly.
Create the best selling experience for your business customers in just a few clicks
Real-time decisions on which B2B transactions can be safely offered on credit terms
We protect merchants against the risk of non-payment
We arrange financing so merchants can get paid on delivery, while their business buyers pay on credit terms
We deal with the hassle of collecting overdue payments, while protecting our customers' client relationships
Business customers can pay on credit terms, even on their first purchase
Use credit terms to sell more to your existing clients
No need to finance customers' credit terms from your own balance sheet; protection against non-payment
Save time and hassle, and let us take care of credit approvals, exposure management, and debt collection
"Offering the best experience to our users is crucial to continue growing the ManoMano B2B marketplace. Working with Hokodo has allowed us to offer 45 days of payment terms to our buyers without impacting our merchants and with no extra risk on our balance sheet."
"By working together, Hokodo and Graindex have created a unique product that gives farmers the peace of mind that they will be paid when selling their crops...Our experience working with the Hokodo team has been excellent - we can now offer our Guaranteed Payment Collection service through access to their innovative technology”
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