One of the most significant differentiating factors when reviewing card issuers’ offerings is the online software tool they provide. “There are two interfaces the tool provides to test and

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By Pam Miller, APMD P-cards have significant advantages. They eliminate steps in the purchase to pay process, decrease the number of invoices and checks processed by AP, and even result in cash… Read More
AP professionals clearly understand that organizations can achieve substantial cost savings when they shift transactions to p-cards. This is borne out by a recent p-card survey conducted by IOFM in… Read More
In the more than ten years since their introduction, purchasing cards have grown tremendously in popularity among purchasing and AP departments. Employees have become very comfortable with using them… Read More
Since some cases of employee p-card misuse make the news–for example, putting personal expenses on the card, or spending more for a given item or service than they should–it may seem that misuse… Read More

Debra Naquin, manager of cash disbursements at the Goodman Manufacturing Company, can attest to that. "Goodman's p-card program with Wells Fargo was launched by the finance department in 2006, and

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Soon after he was hired to work in the AP department at Utilx Corporation in Kent, WA, Renown Sylvester faced some major challenges. First, management decided to reduce the AP staff from three people

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by Lynn Larson, NAPCP Within the Purchasing Card (P-Card) industry, the subject of revenue sharing tends to receive a lot of attention. These financial incentives, when offered by card issuers to

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A purchasing card program can fundamentally change how your organization processes payables. However, implementing a program is more than simply handing a piece of plastic to each of your buyers. An

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Vendors may soon start charging more to customers paying by credit card, thanks to a $7 billion settlement reached between a retailer group and the two largest credit card companies. On July 13,… Read More

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