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Gaining Management Buy-In for Your Commercial Card and Payment Strategy

Achieving buy-in of the card program, especially by management, is a frequently cited challenge by the NAPCP's end-user audience. The concern is justifiable. Lack of buy-in can result in a static card program or the elimination of the program altogether. Use the resources below to help you conquer this challenge.

To gain management support, approaches include: providing education on the benefits of card solutions, presenting a clear business case on the value of the program and making program metrics available on an ongoing basis.

Not sure how or where to start? Members and subscribers, use the planning worksheet below (a Microsoft® Word file) to help you get organized:

A Planning Worksheet for Gaining Management Buy-In

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