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Resource Center Recap 2013
 
 
Resource Center Recap: 2013
  
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The resources listed below, organized alphabetically by topic, reflect items added in 2013 thus far. For a recap of 2012, click here.
 
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Topic
Contributor
Resource
Career Development and Program Staffing NAPCP

Commercial Card Professionals: Roles, Staffing and Compensation: Results of the NAPCP 2013 Salary Survey (members, access the complete report)

Career Development and Program Staffing NAPCP

Program Management Overlap: P-Cards and Travel Cards

Career Development and Program Staffing NAPCP P-Card Program Staffing and FTEs (based on the results of the NAPCP 2013 Salary Survey)
Career Development and Program Staffing NAPCP Who Manages the P-Card Program
Career Development and Program Staffing NAPCP

Evaluating the Job Performance of a Program Administrator/Manager

Case Studies HFMA Healthcare Cost Containment: Intensive Management of Supplies Improves Intermountain's Margins
Controls Mercator Advisory Group P-Card/One Card Program Controls: Public vs. Private Sector Organizations—Results of the 2013 Survey by Mercator Advisory Group, in association with the NAPCP
Data Security ABA Commercial Insights EMV - The Next Generation of Payments and Implications for the Commercial Sector
Electronic Payments and Payables Resources NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Virtual Cards Reduce Risk and Improve Processes at Sonoco
Global Card Programs NAPCP Global Payment Strategies from a Fortune Global 500 End-User Organization
Global Card Programs NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Understanding the P-Card Value Proposition is Key to Global Expansion
Global Card Programs NAPCP

Building a Country Profile for China
(free, on-demand webinar for members)

Global Card Programs NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Tips for Expanding B2B Global Payments
Industry Status
(Fleet Cards)
First Annapolis Consulting Fleet Card Mergers and Acquisitions: A Supercharged Market
Industry Status Federal Reserve Banks Payment System Improvement – Public Consultation Paper
Procure-to-Pay (P2P) City of Tacoma Graphics of P2P processes
Procure-to-Pay (P2P) NAPCP Graphics on purchase-to-pay (P2P) processes: traditional process, best practice P-Card process and "needs improvement" P-Card process
Procure-to-Pay (P2P) NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: What Does the P2P Quest for Perfection Give Us?
Procure-to-Pay (P2P) PayStream Advisors Purchasing Cards: Working to Simplify the Procure-to-Pay Process
Program Implementation AFP
Program Implementation Raushan Gross Situational Leadership Supports P-Card Program Management
Program Management, Optimization and Expansion NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Procurement and the P-Card Program
Program Management, Optimization and Expansion NAPCP

TransAct! newsletter: By the Numbers: Card Program Metrics

Providers, RFP Process NAPCP

2013 NAPCP Provider Directory
(complimentary to all)

Travel
NAPCP

Considerations for Corporate Card Programs

Travel
NAPCP

Creating Corporate Card and Travel Policies

Travel
NAPCP

Pros and Cons of Different Liability Arrangements

Travel NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Top 10 Travel Audit Tips
Travel NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: Watch Your Language: Keeping Your T&E Policy Positive
Travel AirPlus Airline Ancillary Fees
Travel AirPlus Detecting and Controlling Expense Fraud
Travel AirPlus ♦ Outlook 2013
Travel AirPlus Procurement or Finance: Reporting Structures for Travel Buyers
Travel American Express "Update Your Playbook": Adding mobility and gamification
Travel MasterCard Worldwide MasterCard Guide to Travel & Entertainment
Travel NAPCP How Many FTEs Manage a Travel Card Program?
Travel RPMG Research Corporation 2013 Corporate Travel Card Benchmark Survey Results
Travel
TSYS Lessons Learned from Business Travel Study: Best Practices for Getting Ahead of the Mobile Wave– by TSYS
Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments MasterCard Worldwide

Acceptance Matters – And Your Customers Agree

Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments MasterCard Worldwide Acceptance Matters, and Now We Know By How Much
Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments NAPCP Lawsuit Settlement Leads to Surcharge Change in U.S.
Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments NAPCP Supplier Economics of Accepting P-Cards
Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments NAPCP Surcharges in Conjunction with Card Payments (includes a downloadable spreadsheet to help members evaluate the impact of a surcharge)
Suppliers' Acceptance of Card Payments NAPCP TransAct! newsletter: A Closer Look at Surcharging
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