Join Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer and Tad Fordyce of Comdata for a webinar on how virtualization functionally works to streamline the payment process, allowing your finance group to scale and adapt in a highly flexible manner.
Making Payments: Moving Virtual for Flexibility Webinar
Date: Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET
Where: This is an online event.
Sure, making payments by card seems like it could be useful in some cases. But, very few think that card allows a company to increase flexibility. There can be a substantial concern that using card can make your payment process fragmented and more difficult. That seems to be opposite of flexible. To understand this properly we need to be more specific in defining our terms.
‘Fixed’ card numbers and ‘Virtual’ card processes have a significantly different methodology. Many are familiar with how Virtualization (using virtual card numbers) provides improved security over physical and Ghost cards. Few understand the application of virtualization as a way to add flexibility and value into the AP process.
This session will cover how virtualization functionally works to streamline the process, allowing your finance group to scale and adapt in a highly flexible manner.
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