Has your organization
entertained the idea of moving your program to a One Card program? After
having a P-Card and a Travel Card, Weill Cornell Medical College of
Cornell University conducted an analysis in FY13 that led to their
decision to move to a One Card.
Attend this webinar to hear Jason Hoo-Fatt,
Program Manager, explain the history of his organization’s Card Program
and the reasons his team decided to move to a One Card. Listen as Jason
explains the processes his organization followed through implementation
to the important current practices they have employed for continued
success. Jason will lead you through these major steps:
- Analyzing your Card Program
- Planning your One Card Program
- Implementing your One Card Program
- Monitoring your Progress
About the Speaker:
Jason Hoo-Fatt, Program Manager, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University
Jason has served as the Corporate Card Administrator for Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) of Cornell University in New York City for the past four years. In this role, he manages five institution-wide corporate card programs totaling an annual spend of $50 million. These programs include the Procurement Card, One-Card , Executive Traveler Card, Accounts Payable Procurement Card, and Single-Use Account programs. Jason provides cardholder training, conducts compliance auditing, creates spending trend analyses, establishes and enforces card controls, supports vendor relations, and performs month-end reconciliations. He has a bachelor's degree from Florida International University in Business Administration and is currently pursuing his credentials as a Certified Public Accountant. He was born in Jamaica and raised in South Florida.
|What do you get?
||Link to recorded webinar through the GoToWebinar solution.
||This educational webinar is open to all commercial card and payment professionals who have an interest in implementing a One Card program.
||This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
|Original Presentation Date
||May 6, 2015
||Viewing of this presentation will earn 0.25 point towards CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.