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An EPIC Future for P-Card

Tuesday, August 7, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather MIller

North Carolina State already has a P-Card Program of epic proportions: It’s the largest program in the State of North Carolina system, accounting for 20 percent of the entire state’s government P-Card spend while utilizing Ghost Card technology, ePayables and individual cards with built-in travel.

But, being epic has a lot to do with becoming EPIC–Electronic, Paperless, Identifiable and Confirmingachieved by investing in digital approvals to transform compliance and deliver efficiencies within NC State’s P-Card program.

Members: click here to read more about their EPIC journey.

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