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TransAct! newsletter talks about program optimization and expansion

Thursday, September 18, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Terri Brustad

This issue of the TransAct! newsletter features tips to consider when implementing a new program to re-energizing an existing program. 

Raushan Gross, Assistant Professor of Business and Economics, Greensboro College, has contributed the feature article in this issue by sharing his first-hand experience in starting a Commercial Card program and the leadership skills needed to get management buy-in. Members, read the complete article. In this issue are numerous related resources to provide additional helpful information on this topic.

Archived editions of the TransAct! newsletter are accessible to NAPCP members only, but an abbreviated edition was emailed September 18, 2014, to members and complimentary subscribers. Join today to receive the next edition.

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