Travel Management & Corporate Cards: Trends and Best Practices
Released in 2011, the Visa PerformSource Practical Guide to Corporate Travel and the Benefits of Corporate Cards contains a wealth of information on challenges, trends and best practices. During this webinar, Justin King, Visa, shares highlights from the practical guide, including:
- eight key questions that travel and Corporate Card managers often face when trying to reduce costs and adapt to emerging trends
- a glimpse of travel-related trends within various world regions
- benefits of travel and Corporate Card management
- best practices for end-user organizations
Increasingly, P-Card program managers are also responsible for the Corporate Card program and/or some aspects of travel management. This webinar will expand your knowledge and provide important action items that you can pursue today.
|What do you get?
Link to recorded webinar (expires 30 days after purchase) through the GoToWebinar solution.
|Bonus for End-User Purchasers:
||End-user purchasers of this webinar will also receive a full copy of the Visa PerformSource guide.
||Anyone involved with travel management and/or a Corporate Card program
||This presentation is approximately 60 minutes in duration.
|Original Presentation Date:
||September 28, 2011
||You must be the purchaser of this presentation to earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.
About the Speaker:
Justin King, Business Leader, Visa Commercial Solutions
Justin King has worked for Visa since 2009 as a Business Leader responsible for product management and development of Visa PerformSource. Visa PerformSource is a suite of resources and analytical tools designed to help organizations to optimize their procure-to-pay, T&E and Commercial Card programs. In the five years prior to joining Visa, Justin provided Commercial Card and procure-to-pay payment consulting to large corporations, helping clients optimize processes and sustain best practices.
Justin has a BA from the College of Idaho, an MBA from Northwest Nazarene University and is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
Overall Feedback: Attendee evaluations varied (fair to excellent), but the majority noted an overall rating of "very good" and indicated the content was "just right" for the target audience. A few noted that the content was "too basic."
- I came away with an idea that has the potential to save us money, time and make things easier for some travelers. That is a very good investment on the time & cost for the webinar. Who knows what else I may find when I get a chance to read the report and materials again.
- This was mostly basic common sense stuff. We were more interested in state-of-the art best practice specifics, not generalities.
- Speaker came across very well. Informed and able to communicate the content in easy to listen to style. His ability to address questions using his background and topic knowledge gave his answers more credibility.
- Started off slow (very basic) and then got into the interesting stuff.