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NAPCP poll reveals popularity of One Card programs, a blend of Corporate Cards and P-Cards

Wednesday, February 15, 2012   (0 Comments)

As part of its bi-weekly polling activity, the NAPCP recently wrapped up an expanded poll on organizations' experience with One Card programs. Open to end-users only (between January 26 and February 10, 2012), the poll received 117 responses, revealing 71% of organizations have some type of One Card program.

Specifically, the poll asked, Does your organization currently have a single card program that is used for a mix of: goods/services (i.e., traditional "P-Card purchases") and one or more types of business travel expenses (T&E)? This was followed by two different sets of subsequent questions—for organizations with and without a One Card program.

Poll results are open to all NAPCP members and complimentary subscribers. To join, visit

To further explore One Card programs, the NAPCP Annual Commercial Card and Payment Conference (April 16–19, 2012) will include a session, Will One Card Eventually Win the Game?, by Frank Martien of First Annapolis Consulting. Frank will elaborate on the poll results as part of his presentation, as well as discuss the current set of issues surrounding this card type.

For conference information and registration, visit

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