Traditional Ghost Cards Maximize eProcurement Efficiencies
Are you still making check payments for eProcurement orders? Hear how traditional Ghost Cards are alive and well at North Carolina State University (NCSU), streamlining the payment portion of the eProcurement process through PeopleSoft. Monica describes this aspect and more, sharing what has made their eProcurement process successful and providing tips that you can use—regardless of your sector or ERP system. She offers best practices on eProcurement supplier onboarding, card payments for electronic ordering, efficiencies created with line-item card data and more.
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||This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.|
|Original Presentation Date:
||August 28, 2013|
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About the Speaker:
Monica O’Brien is an IT Project Manager for North Carolina State University. She has extensive card experience, including working as the P-Card Program Manager for a large, public, land grant university. Her efforts in training and supporting faculty and staff broadened the awareness of the card program on campus and helped to expand the program by 133% in both number of cards and annual spend. Some of the programs Monica implemented include travel & entertainment, ePayables and the use of ghosted credit cards for ePro purchase order payments. She has experience implementing and upgrading pro-card modules in major ERP systems and has worked with a number of different card providers and their automated tools, educating campus users each time a card provider change was made. Monica’s in-depth experience with the functional aspects of the program allow her to focus her project management skills on program enhancement opportunities.
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