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Working Capital

Solutions to help your business grow.

The world has never moved faster and businesses have a lot to consider in order to reach their goals. Our working capital solutions are designed to help you scale your business make it easier to navigate your day-to-day challenges. 

Contact us today to see how we can help your business: workingcapital@gpbankok.net

Waiting up to 30 days for receivables to be paid can put a major strain on your business' ability to grow.

Our BusinessManager® program provides a solution for cash flow problems by putting your operation on an all cash basis by funding outstanding invoices in as little as 24 hours. We have experts standing by to help you learn if BusinessManager® is right for your organization.

Contact a strategic lending specialist today: 888.449.2265


How it works

BusinessManager® is an accounts receivable solution that is ideal for organizations that are experiencing high-growth and is suited for businesses in nearly any industry, including transportation, manufacturing, construction, IT, and the oil and natural gas industry. We can help alleviate the stress of managing cash flow during high-growth phases by funding your outstanding invoices in as little as 24 hours.

BusinessManager® can help your business:

  • Make payroll 
  • Buy new equipment
  • Hire more employees
  • Take on larger clients
  • Operate with confidence
Great Plains Bank has helped nearly 150 clients and funded over 1.6 billion dollars in accounts receivable financing to help businesses with their working capital needs. Is BusinessManager® right for you? Contact us to learn more.

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Mandell Greteman serves the President of the Strategic Lending Department. Mandell grew up in Canute, Oklahoma. He began his banking career in 2017 and he previously worked in energy services. He is married to Stephanie Greteman and has 2 children: Lane and EJ. Outside of work, you can find Mandell hunting, fishing, farming, ranching, and attending his son's sporting events.