Webinar: Supplier's Acceptance of Card Payments

Does supplier resistance to P-Cards and electronic payables impede the growth of your card program? How do you convince a supplier to accept your card payments? How does your card provider assist you with this effort? These are just some of questions to...


Type: Webinar
Date: 08/14/2013 - 08/14/2013
Location: MN
Phone: (952) 546-1880
Summary:

Does supplier resistance to P-Cards and electronic payables impede the growth of your card program? How do you convince a supplier to accept your card payments? How does your card provider assist you with this effort? These are just some of questions to be explored in this webinar. Frank Martien, First Annapolis Consulting, and Lynn Larson, CPCP, NAPCP, will share results from their first quarter 2013 survey, End-User Perspectives on Suppliers Acceptance of Card Payments, and compare to results from a similar survey in 2009, highlighting what has changed.

This Webinar will be a combination of data (survey results) and potential strategies you and your provider can utilize to help manage and grow a card program.

As a result of attending this event, attendees will be able to:

  • Explain the primary drivers for suppliers to accept card payments
  • Articulate successful actions that organizations have used to partner with their suppliers on card acceptance
  • Improve your existing processes and/or requirements related to suppliers
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