Aligning an organization’s purchasing policy with a card program is a vital step toward maintaining the financial health of your business. Card programs are ever-changing and policies should also reflect this change. Updated policies will help an organization to manage contract compliance, credit card security, as well as cardholder purchasing habits. To stay current with […]
In our article “Six Ways Your Company Might Be Overspending,” we introduced our seven-part series on identifying and ending overspending. In this article of the series, we examine how a lack of knowledge about duplicate payments — due to a lack of visibility — can cause your company to overspend. In this case, what you […]
Help your company from becoming the wild,wild west of overspending by taking control of maverick spending.
In our article “Five Ways Your Company Might Be Overspending,” we introduced our five-part series on identifying and ending overspending. In this article of the series, we go over the first of the five ways: Ignoring spend limits. How this overspend begins On the surface, it might seem obvious — your company is overspending by […]
Join Card Integrity at a live virtual demo hosted by NAPCP. In this virtual demonstration, discover a more efficient way to review spend with a little detective work. When Thursday, October 10, 2019 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT Description A brief 45-minute presentation with time at the end for a Q&A. Registration To register […]
If a company’s finances are the lifeblood of its operations, then overspending is equivalent to hemorrhaging. If it’s not stopped and stopped soon, your business isn’t coming out of it alive. There’s no doubt that your financial state represents the well-being of your business and that overspending severely damages its health. To address this important […]
Discover how to strengthen internal controls around expenses, especially fraud control, with data-driven methods.
It’s been well over a decade since the founders of AirBedandBreakfast.com — today known as Airbnb — first threw an air mattress on the floor of their San Francisco apartment’s living room to spawn the successful home rental business platform commonly referred to as “house sharing.” Initially beloved by the vacation tourist needing a cheap […]