Wednesday | May 3 | 12 PM CT
Presenter: Lynn Larson, Recharged Education
Move checks to the back of the line and make room for another electronic payment method besides ACH: virtual cards. Virtual cards for invoice payments are well established, but maybe your organization has not explored them yet or you still have lingering questions. How are they different from other card options? What are the benefits? What about the potential challenges?
Lynn Larson, a B2B payments veteran, will address these questions and more, including best practices related to working with your suppliers and handling key accounting aspects. This webinar goes deeper than all the hype to help your organization succeed with virtual card usage.
This is invaluable information for anyone working in accounts payable, as well as procurement, finance, and treasury professionals.
Register today and you’ll be able to:
- Explain to colleagues and management what virtual cards are and how they work
- Establish parameters for making virtual card payments to suppliers
- Guide AP on fitting virtual cards into their operations
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LYNN LARSON – Principal, Recharged Education
Lynn Larson, CPCP, has more than 20 years of business-to-business payments experience. In 2014, she founded Recharged Education LLC, which focuses on payment strategies and commercial card training, consulting, and educational resources; learn more at: www.recharged-education.com. Her previous job roles include education manager for the NAPCP, a professional association for the commercial card and payments industry, and p-card program manager for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. In addition, her work experience includes many years in the procurement field. She has held the Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) credential since 2007.
MHC Automation is registered with IOFM as a sponsor of continuing education credit for any Accounts Payable or Procure-to-Pay Certification. These certifications are designed to establish standards for the profession and recognize accounts payable and procure-to-pay professionals who, by possessing related work experience and passing a comprehensive exam, have met stringent requirements for mastering the financial operations body of knowledge. IOFM holds final authority on the acceptance of individual courses.