Commonly Overlooked P-Card Best Practices
Despite common wisdom about P-Card best practices, even highly successful programs do not utilize every one. Some best practices tend to be overlooked or discarded too quickly. If an organization becomes too complacent—ceasing to strive for continuous program improvement—consequences could include losing out on savings and efficiencies, failing to see any gaps in program controls, and/or keeping the P-Card program disconnected from broader organization goals and strategies.
This webinar spans a wide range of best practices, including ones addressed within the NAPCP's related 10-question quiz and more. It is intended to give you a quick look at multiple elements critical for program success. As a result of viewing this event, you'll obtain program improvement ideas and be able to evaluate your P-Card program for best practices.
|What do you get?
Link to recorded webinar (expires 30 days after purchase) through the GoToWebinar solution.
||Best suited for individuals with an intermediate level of P-Card experience. However, anyone interested in evaluating their program for commonly overlooked best practices may benefit.
||This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
|Original Presentation Date:
||June 20, 2012
||You must be the purchaser of this presentation to earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.
About the Speaker:
Lynn Larson, CPCP, has been with the National Association of Purchasing Card Professionals (NAPCP) since September 2003. She has extensive card experience, including serving as a P‑Card program manager for an organization within the Minneapolis area for nearly nine years. She regularly speaks on Purchasing Card topics at NAPCP events, as well as events hosted by other organizations. In June 2007, Lynn earned the Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) credential. In addition, Lynn has more than 10 years of experience in the procurement field.
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- Lynn is a very good presenter/speaker and delivers the material in a very effective manner, easy to understand and provides many example situations.