As India’s leading digital lender, we are always mindful of what’s most important for us: our customers. All Capital Float’s finance solutions can be customized based on the nature of your business and the rate of cash flows, among other things. Our online loan application process ensures that you can avail a loan anytime, anywhere with minimal documents. Flexible repayment terms through offline and online channels are facilitated to ensure that you have a seamless financing experience with Capital Float, through and through.
With the added ease that digital wallets provide, we have collaborated with Paytm to set up yet another payment option for your convenience. EMI payment can now be done through your Paytm wallet in two ways: directly through the Paytm app or from your Paytm wallet via the Capital Float mobile app.
Here are the steps for a successful EMI transaction using your Paytm wallet.
1. Via the Paytm Mobile App
Step 1: Login to the Paytm app on your smartphone. Under the ‘Recharge/Pay for’ section, click on Loans
Step 2: From the list of financial lenders listed, choose Capital Float
Step 3: On the page ‘Pay Your Loan EMI’, enter your Loan Account Number (LAN) and click on Get Payable Amount.
Step 4: Your due EMI will be automatically generated on the next screen. Click on ‘Proceed to Pay’ to make the payment.
2. Via the Capital Float App
Step 1: Open the Capital Float app, and Login by entering your registered phone number or email ID & password. You can also Login via Google if you had registered with a Gmail email address.
Step 2: Under the Loans tab, click on the option ‘Repay’. If your EMI payment is overdue, check the Updates tab for Overdue and select ‘Pay Now’.
Step 3: The Overdue Amount will be shown. If you select Upcoming Amount only, then this will get preselected. You can enter a lesser amount under ‘Make Payment of’ as well.
Step 4: Choose the option ‘Pay from your Paytm wallet’ and login using your registered mobile number and a 6-digit OTP code.
Step 5: Recharge using debit card/credit card/net banking or utilize the available balance in your Paytm wallet to complete the transaction.
Note: Capital Float accepts EMI payments via Paytm ONLY through the above mentioned methods. A Capital Float representative will NOT ask you to make loan payments to other mobile numbers. In case you receive such a request, please contact us at 1800 419 0999 or email us at email@example.com
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Having got off to a good start, a business typically aims to grow and explore new opportunities. To make this happen, businesses need to move in the right direction. This is especially true for a business in its early days when managing operations efficiently is a challenge, thereby taking precedence over matters of strategic importance such as goal-setting and business development. One way by which you can change gears from the routine rigmarole is making a #BizResolution. These are exactly like making New Year Resolutions, except that these will help you boost business growth in your enterprise.
A business resolution is like a promise or commitment you make to achieve specific objectives in the coming year. Since it involves your enterprise, the level of commitment to making it happen is high.
Here are 5 ways business resolutions can help drive growth in your business. Business resolutions can help:
Set realistic goals: While your company is being steered by a sound business plan, it is critical to break down broad business objectives into achievable goals. So, while your plan projects a specified growth rate, you need to identify smaller goals that will lead to this result. For instance, your #BizResolution could be to “improve relationship with suppliers,” which will have a positive effect on inventory, product availability, and therefore customer satisfaction and higher sales.
Drive business strategy: It is common for new entrepreneurs to get lost in the operational hassles and simply not have the bandwidth to focus on more value adding tasks such as digital marketing or human resources. The urgent matters take precedence over what’s important, and the business slows down for want of strategic inputs. In this case, a #BizResolution can pinpoint to strategic focus areas, thereby helping realign the business priorities for growth.
Upgrade skills: Running a successful business is a constant learning process, which involves learning from competition, adopting best practices, upgrading skills and so on. This is a must in today’s rapidly changing environment, which demands that companies constantly innovate. Yet, somewhere in this quest for efficiency, the learning element takes a backseat. Having a skillset-oriented business resolution can help foster a culture of continuous learning and skill upgradation.
Focus on expansion: A high-growth focus is what most investors look for before investing in a new business. To expand, you need capital for which enterprises usually need investors or lenders. Hence, you must assess the potential for new markets, new partnerships, complimentary product categories (upselling and cross-selling), new channels (online), and new customer segments. Making such growth-centric business resolutions will keep you firmly on the road to expansion and success.
Develop a niche product: A niche product builds on the premise that certain small market segments are typically underserved. Find your blue ocean strategy and explore a better chance to grow. Make a #BizResolution to invest time and effort into a promising, niche product, which allows you to differentiate your offerings and create an uncontested market space.
Business resolutions need not be yearlong commitments. Periodically assess your product or solution with respect to the industry environment and change tack—set new objectives or redraft your existing ones. The idea is to stay in tune with emerging opportunities and align your company with market needs to make the most of growth prospects.
Create your #BizResolution today and share it with us to stand a chance to win exclusive prizes such as: Exclusive tickets to a T20 cricket match in your city Amazon vouchers Click here to get started.
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Oct 24, 2018
The inability to provide collateral has been a major hindrance for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) seeking loans to fund their working capital needs, finance their expansion or take advantage of growth opportunities. Although the government has been taking steps to provide the necessary financing to SMEs, traditional lending institutions offer generic credit products to SMEs. When these financial institutions offer collateral free business loans, they impose stringent eligibility criteria, have long loan approval processes and the requirement of a guarantor to safeguard themselves against default.
Against this backdrop of skepticism, new-age lenders like Capital Float have emerged, using cutting-edge technology and innovative products to ease the loan approval process and support SMEs to repay loans by tying repayments with their receivables. These FinTech companies, which bring together finance and technology, specialize in business loans in India for the SME segment.
Specialized Products from FinTech Lenders
FinTech lenders aim at fulfilling the credit requirements of Indian SMEs by developing innovative and customized loan products and simplifying the process of loan application.
Realizing that the main problem faced by SMEs in securing loans is their inability to provide collateral, Capital Float offers flexible, collateral-free business loans via its online platform. These loans can be used to purchase inventory, optimize cash flows or fund any other expense. Some of these loans are provided against the borrower’s bills receivables or credit card receivables. All of Capital Float’s credit products come with easy and flexible repayment options.
Choosing the Collateral Free Loan that Best Suits Your Business
For any business loan requirement, one needs to assess the amount needed and submit an online application, along with digital copies of relevant documents. These documents may include income tax returns for a period of three years and bank statements for the last six months. The use of advanced software, with highly powerful algorithms, allows Capital Float to process the loan application and transfer the sanctioned amount to the SME in a matter of 3 days.
Small businesses can explore a variety of loan options and choose the one that best suits their business loan requirements. Here are the things one needs to consider:
If your SME has positive monthly cash flows and needs funds for the short term, you can apply for Capital Float’s Term Finance product. One can borrow an amount ranging between ₹1 lakh to ₹1 crore, with the loan period ranging from six months to three years. Term Finance loans are disbursed within three days.
The growing popularity of online shopping has propelled the growth of ecommerce companies offering a variety of products and services. On the other hand, increasing awareness of customers, shrinking lead times and the need to manage inventory effectively have posed new challenges for SMEs. Here’s where the Online Seller Finance product works best. This innovative credit option is a short-term loan provided to e-commerce sellers who are selling their products on online platforms. These companies may be looking to raise funds for purchasing stock, diversifying their operations or taking initiatives to increase the visibility of their products. Partnerships with online marketplaces, like Amazon, PayTM, Snapdeal, Myntra, Shopclues and eBay allow Capital Float to help merchants access fast and flexible working capital funding. The loan amount is decided on the basis of the monthly sales and projected revenues of the borrower. Flexible repayment options and the availability of credit of up to two times the monthly sales of the business are some of the attractive features of Online Seller Finance.
Another attractive short-term collateral free loan option is the Pay Later Finance, which works like a revolving credit facility. A credit capacity is determined, based on the prospects of the business. The total amount is not transferred in one go. The SME has the flexibility to borrow amounts as and when business loan requirements arise. The loan amounts can be repaid over a 30-60-90 day cycle. The repayment restores the sanctioned limit, making more credit available for future requirements. Interest is charged only on the amount drawn and not on the entire credit capacity.
Businesses that receive payments via credit card transactions or point of sale (POS) machines can opt for a special financial product known as Merchant Cash Advance. Partnerships with multiple POS machine vendors such as Pine Labs, Mswipe, ICICI Merchant Services, MRL Posnet and Bijlipay have enabled Capital Float to offer swift and hassle-free business loans in India to SMEs using POS machines at their establishments. This tailor-made financial product offers loan amounts of up to 200% of the borrower’s monthly card settlement. The tenure ranges from six months to a year, and a business can raise as much as ₹1 crore.
SMEs also have the option of using their accounts receivables to raise business loans at attractive rates. With the Supply Chain Finance product, an SME can liquidate its receivables immediately into cash and use the same to fund the execution of the order or the growth and expansion of the business. A company can borrow funds ranging from as low as ₹1 lakh to as high as ₹1 crore. One also has the option to repay the loan in easy instalments or in one go in case funds become available to the business.
For SMEs seeking collateral free business loans with quick approvals and disbursal of funds, Fintech lenders are a viable option. The priority for such lenders is to not only ease the process of application and disbursement, but also help SMEs repay loans easily and continue to have credit available.
Oct 24, 2018
As we work in startup, we are under time pressure to release a lot of new features on time, features which do not have well defined requirements and the complexity of those features is often underestimated and we end up taking a lot of shortcuts / adding hacks to release such time sensitive features.
This may work for a short time, but over the period of time we realize that the same shortcuts that you took to release features quickly are now slowing you down. You can not scale and add new features on top of it, even if you do, they become quite unstable. In this situation you might want to take a step back and revamp/refactor you base system.
One of the easiest things that you can do to avoid this situation is follow coding guidelines.
Well, what according to you is a good code? The simple definition could be: if it can’t be understood, maintained and extended by other developers then its definitely not a good code. The computer doesn’t care whether your code is readable. It’s better at reading binary machine instructions than it is at reading high-level-language statements. You write readable code because it helps other developers to read your code.
As the name suggests, it is a simple concept where you follow a specific naming conventions across teams. This becomes important when your team is growing and are solving problems on daily basis and pushing a lot of code every day.
This helps a lot when your team becomes big and a lot of developers are working on the same code-base. If you follow some fixed patterns while defining classes/functions/variables names, it becomes really easy for fellow colleagues to understand your code. This directly impacts delivery time taken by a developer to build/modify a feature on top of existing code. For example, let us suppose you want to define a time-stamp field in a database table, how would you name it ? If you have a fixed pattern like a “action_ts” or “action_at” for giving names then you can easily guess what could be the field name in the schema. If its a created time-stamp then it could be either “created_at” or “created_ts”. You do not have to go and check every-time you writing any logic over different database tables.
Function/Module/API writing (Size and Purpose)
Simplicity and readability counts. It’s always better to write to concise code than a messier one so that if any other developer is also looking at it who has no idea, should get what exactly it is doing. Not more than max 10–15 lines. Jenkins is considered as one of the greatest implementations, and has average function length of 2 lines.
A function/module should only do ONE thing and should do it NICELY. By following this, code becomes modular and it helps a lot in debugging. You can solve the problem better and debug faster when you know where exactly it’s coming.
When you are developing features over an established products, more than 50% times, new requirements are of the nature which you can build on top of existing code. In such cases, you can ship those requirements really faster and stable if existing code-base is modular and stable. Writing library functions a savior. There are countless advantages of writing a library code. It avoids code repetition, no surprises when it comes to response formats and of-course code re-usability.
Unknown errors are real pain in developers life. It’s always better if you know probable exceptions and errors in code in advance. But that is not the case always. Irrespective of all this, you definitely do not want your end-users to see unexpected errors on their screens.
When you have different micro-services and bigger development teams, if you follow standard response formats for across APIs and standard exceptions then there will not be any surprises in production. You can agree upon one format across all the services. Every API can have certain ‘response_data’ and standard set of error-codes. Every Exception will have an error-code and a message. Message could have variation viz, tech specific message and user facing message.
Writing test cases:
If you want to have a good night sleep, then you better have thorough test cases covering almost all aspects of your code. The best way forward with building test cases is at requirement stage only. Whenever a requirement comes, products managers discuss it with developers as well as QA. Both teams start preparing for possible use-cases and test-cases.
A testing unit should focus on one tiny bit of functionality and prove it correct. Each test unit must be fully independent. Each test must be able to run alone, and also within the test suite, regardless of the order that they are called. The implication of this rule is that each test must be loaded with a fresh data-set and may have to do some cleanup afterwards.
Automation plays an important role here. What else is needed for stable product where you have all test cases covered and running at intervals automatically, giving you a report of the all functionalities. Also, whenever you are adding/modifying code, you make sure either you write new test cases or modify existing ones.
This one thing save lives, trust me! Every team can benefit from code reviews regardless of development methodology. Initially it takes time if you do not have a procedure setup of doing code reviews, but eventually it becomes a habit. Code review should be one of the core development steps.
Code review generally is about:
- Does the new code conform to existing style guidelines?
- Does the written piece of code covers all the use-cases specified in the requirements and has relevant test cases written ?
- Are the new automated tests sufficient for the new code? Do existing automated tests need to be rewritten to account for changes in the code?
There are several advantages of this process such as –
Code reviews make for better estimates: Estimation is a team exercise, and the team makes better estimates as product knowledge is spread across the team. As new features are added to the existing code, the original developer can provide good feedback and estimation. In addition, any code reviewer is also exposed to the complexity, known issues, and concerns of that area of the code base. The code reviewer, then, shares in the knowledge of the original developer of that part of the code base.
Code reviews mentor new joiners: Code reviews help facilitate conversations about the code base between team members. During these conversations, team members share their views and new alternatives of doing things.
Code reviews take time: It’s an incremental process, where it takes time initially but as your code-base grows, it ensures, you are always pushing verified and tested code.
Hidden truth about code reviews: When developers know their code will be reviewed by a teammate, they make an extra effort to ensure that all tests are passing and the code is as well-designed as they can make it so the review will go smoothly. That mindfulness also tends to make the coding process itself go smoother and, ultimately, faster.
As a fast growing company our self, these set of guidelines have helped us a lot in shipping stable features on time and helping to increase a healthy learning environment.
Source:- Capital Float’s Medium Blog
Oct 24, 2018