In today’s dispersed and remote world, credit cards are an efficient payment method for business purchases. But not every employee needs a corporate card, meaning many use their own personal credit cards.
The payment method employees use when traveling can have a major impact on your T&E process – for better or for worse.
Your company may use virtual cards for vendor payments. And now, some providers are looking to bring them into the business travel world.
Does it seem like employees are a little slower than usual in completing tasks? They may be too busy with their credit cards.
Finance chiefs need to think strategically about how they can get Accounts Payable pros to get rid of checks and set themselves up to take full advantage of the host of new payment technologies out there. To help, guest author Brent Meyers, the vice president of national sales for Nvoicepay, offers a step-by-step plan on […]
You’ve seen the skyrocketing stats on identity theft and heard about some dramatic payment data breaches (Heartland, anyone?). It’s enough to make you swear off credit cards … unless this new protection catches on.
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