Fintech factor BlueVine launched Flex Tech to offer small businesses a revolving line of credit. The company also hired former Google Capital manager Ana Sirbu as senior vice president of finance and strategy.

Flex Credit offers companies a business line of credit between $5,000 and $30,000. Using Flex Credit, businesses’ available credit replenishes as they repay their outstanding funds, allowing businesses to draw additional funds anytime, on-demand. New customers can get approval and funding as quickly as 24 hours after applying. Businesses repay in fixed weekly installments over six months.

“We’re excited to bring the BlueVine experience of simplicity, ease of use and transparency to a new segment of the market,” said Eyal Lifshitz, CEO and BlueVine founder. “Since pioneering online invoice factoring, we’ve gained remarkable traction and are currently on track to fund more than $200 million in working capital in 2016. This platform expansion will continue to fuel that growth by allowing us to serve both B2B and B2C businesses. Businesses can now draw funds from our fast and flexible line of credit whenever the need arises.”

Sirbu will oversee all financial management and growth strategy, including debt capital financing activity, as the company continues to scale. She joined BlueVine from Google’s growth equity investment fund Google Capital, where she served as a manager and led the team’s efforts in the fintech sector. Prior to Google Capital, she was senior manager of business and corporate development at Skrill, a London-based online payments company. Previously, she spent several years with Silver Lake Partners as an investment associate, focusing on technology private equity investments and portfolio company management. Sirbu started her career in investment banking at UBS.

BlueVine offers small businesses solutions to access the funds they need to purchase inventory, cover expenses or expand operations.