Commercial Card Basics
Vincent Eavis, Senior Partner, PayTech and Diane McGuire, Managing Director, NAPCP
|23 June 2014|
Are you new to Commercial Cards, wondering why or how to make these programs beneficial to your organization? Attend Commercial Card Basics to learn the nuts and bolts of Purchasing Card and Travel Card implementation and program management strategies. You will gain an understanding of:
- the business-to-business payment process and key players
- the business case and how to communicate benefits to management
- critical elements to consider, such as controls, technology integration and regulatory compliance
- impact on suppliers, and how to create an economic "win" for all parties
- Travel Card policy that encourages compliance, as well as the individual vs. corporate liability debate
Workshop registration rates
End-users: $75 USD OR
complimentary with European Conference registration
Providers: $150 USD
General Sessions, Breakout Sessions, Demonstration and Roundtable Discussion Sessions
Creating a Streamline Buying and Payment Experience: Using Supplier P-Cards to Support Catalogue Purchases
Grant Lewis, Procurement Manager, Reed Elsevier
Martin Stevens, Procurement Manager, Reed Elsevier
Number of cards: 500 P-Cards (9,500 T&E)Annual # of transactions: 175,000 (P-Card only)
Card program type(s) managed by the speaker: Travel Card, Purchasinig Card, Central Travel Account / Business Travel Account
Global presence: USA, UK, Netherlands
- Understand the difference in products and what to look for in a card provider.
- Driving acceptance of card usage.
- Unknown costs and what to look for.
- Whose technology to use for reconciliation.
- The internal sell
More details following the Call for Speakers
USA to Europe and Beyond—The Cultural Differences of a Global Card Programme
Niles D. Daniels, Purchase-to-Pay Operations Manager, BP PLC
BP PLCAnnual # of transactions: 5000+ order / $25m+
Global presence: U.K. and U.S. primary markets
As a result of attending this session, attendees will understand how within 90 days they can:
- Simplify the buying and payment experience.
- Leverage supplier catalogues.
- Utilize supplier account(s).
- Reduce processing costs.
- Deliver timely purchase fulfillment.
- Manage the implementation project in conjunction with the card provider and supplier(s).
- The internal sell.