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NAPCP compares P-Card rebate to process savings, offers workshop on the benefits of P-Cards

Tuesday, February 14, 2012  

To demonstrate the real value of P-Cards, the NAPCP created an example to compare revenue share (rebate) for an average transaction with the process savings. Members and complimentary subscribers, check out the difference. To join as a member or subscriber, visit

For an organization to reap the greatest benefits from a P-Card program, it must re-engineer its purchase-to-pay processes rather than simply add P-Card payments to existing procedures. This is one of many topics that will be addressed within the NAPCP’s half-day workshop, How P-Cards Add Value to Your Organization, on April 16, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia.

In addition to this workshop, the NAPCP is offering two more—same date, same location:

All three workshops present a different angle on expanding or improving an electronic payments initiative. Stay in Atlanta a little longer by also attending the NAPCP’s Annual Commercial Card and Payment Conference.

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