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A slice of $700+B in US Commercial Card Spend Up For Grabs

Monday, February 25, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Terri Brustad

Frank Martien of Accenture, explains that the strong growth recorded in the U.S. Commercial Card market in recent years is not letting up.

Accenture forecasts the market to grow 10 percent annually through 2022. They expect the growth to come from payments providers’ initiatives to address evolving B2B customer payments needs and build better technology solutions.

Members >> Read more to see current spend, as well as forecasted growth, by product type. Frank shares insight as to what is driving the growth—more innovative ways to meet customer needs and digital integrated solutions. 

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