OTR Capital Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- OTR Capital's estimated revenue is currently $30M per year.
- OTR Capital's estimated revenue per employee is $208333
- OTR Capital has 144 Employees.
- OTR Capital grew their employee count by 33% last year.
- OTR Capital currently has 17 job openings.
What Is OTR Capital?
OTR Capital, LLC is a factoring company that aims to improve the transportation industry with timely, working capital solutions and exceptional service. We pride ourselves on providing the best customer service and in the industry. OTR Capital believes in simple and straightforward transactions, without hidden costs and unfair termination fees and rules. We understand the importance of quick, easy, and reliable payments in the transportation industry and strive to provide our clients with the best factoring experience in the business. This focus allows us to build strong, long lasting relationships with our partners built on trust. Established in 2011, OTR has experienced significant growth and expanded to two offices in Roswell, GA and Denver, CO. For two consecutive years, OTR Capital ranked on the Inc. 500/5000 list as one of the fastest-growing, privately-owner companies in America (2016, 2017). OTR has been recognized as a Top Workplace (2016, 2017) by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and also won two Pacesetter Awards (2015, 2016) from the Atlanta Business Chronicle as one of Atlanta's fastest growing businesses.keywords:Finance
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|CPS Payment Ser...||$5.7M||30||11%|
|Sequium Asset S...||$7.1M||36||6%|
|Fidelity Bank M...||$44.4M||228||10%|
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