|69% of NAPCP end-users are decision-makers.
The NAPCP — a membership-based professional association committed to advancing Commercial Card and Payment professionals and industry practices worldwide — has more than 19,000 members and complimentary subscribers.
End-User vs. Provider
The NAPCP classifies its members and subscribers as either end-users or providers. End-users implement card programs at their organizations, and often have titles such as P-Card Program Manager or Administrator.
Providers work for banks and card networks, and are responsible for supplying card products and services.
The NAPCP is primarily made up of end-users (see graphic below), and 69% of end-users are decision-makers.
Data updated January 2017 (Roles data updated August 2015)
While 67 percent of NAPCP members and subscribers hail from the United States, the organization has a global reach that is constantly expanding.
NAPCP members and subscribers also come from the regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (10 percent); Canada (16 percent); and Asia-Pacific (3 percent).
More detailed information is available on the U.S., EMEA and Canada regions by clicking the links below:
The NAPCP updates its member organization list periodically throughout the year. If your company is listed here, you are eligible to request associate membership for a reduced fee. (Group rates as low as $99 per year each!)
NAPCP members and subscribers run the gamut when it comes to experience in the Commercial Card and Payments industry.
Currently, 59 percent of NAPCP members and subscribers identify themselves as "intermediate," 22 percent identify as "advanced" and 19 percent identify as "beginner."