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The Key Elements of Building a World-Class Program

 

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Purchasing Card Best Practices: The Key Elements of Building a World-Class Program

 


  

 

The NAPCP's popular report, Purchasing Card Best Practices: The Key Elements of Building a World-Class Program, ​was updated in May 2015 and is now in its fourth edition. 

This 14-page report focuses on the steps needed to build a strong Purchasing Card program, from the early stages of program exploration and design, to the later stages of program optimization and expansion. In total, the report examines:

  • Program Exploration
  • Program Design
  • Program Partnership
  • Program Preparation
  • Program Implementation
  • Program Management
  • Program Expansion and Optimization

How to Obtain the Report

NAPCP members can download the complete report here. Members and subscribers access the Executive Summary hereNon-members can purchase the report in the NAPCP Store.

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