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(mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity

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DENVER, May 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As one of the leading Colorado Factoring Companies, we provide competitive Factoring Rates and Invoice Factoring Services in Colorado.
Certainly, factoring costs more than traditional banking.
Last week, a team of researchers using a relatively new method known as the number field sieve succeeded in factoring a 116-digit number.
The documents used in export factoring are among the very few international legal documents protecting exporters.
Factoring is the practice of purchasing and selling accounts receivable invoices at a discount from their face value.
The directory, designed by a staff with expertise in the factoring and financial services industries, organizes factoring companies by geographic location and industry specialization, allowing users of the directory to easily and quickly identify potential factoring partners that meet their specific criteria.
Factoring is a financing option for young, undercapitalized businesses that have the profit margins to absorb the factor's fee.
has just proved that factoring is "easy" when done on a special type of computer operating according to quantum mechanical principles.
The 15th largest factoring company in the United States, Fleet Factors provides factoring and commercial financing principally for such soft-goods companies as textile manufacturers and distributors.
Prior to this sale to Coast Capital, EquiFin had over two dozen factoring companies contacted to solicit offers for the purchase of Equinox and/or its portfolio.
Prevalent in the textile and garment industries for centuries, factoring is also providing cash flow to the service, publishing and frozen foods sectors, among others, says Jones.
Believe it or not, there has never been an authoritative source of current information on factoring," says Mace Edwards, 43, of The Edwards Research Group.
Two computer scientists have reached an important milestone on the road toward factoring ever-larger composite numbers.
in business over 25 years, has a strong presence in the apparel industry in New York and utilizes the credit department of CIT, the largest factoring organization in the United States.
Factoring offers a number of benefits to cash-starved companies, which often use the money to meet payroll, fund marketing efforts or provide working capital.