Teleconference 9: Payment

By | April 13, 2017

Payment
May 11, 2017, at 12 pm EDT
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Payments underpin travel management. Ease-of-use for travelers and data for employers are vital. Join us for a live, multi-part discussion about the latest in corporate travel payment. We’ll talk one-on-one with Citi managing director Gonca Latif-Schmitt, head of the bank’s commercial card business in North America. Next we’ll examine the complicated, high-potential world of virtual payment. A roundtable discussion will feature Conferma co-founder and CEO Simon Barker, CHG Healthcare travel manager Gordon Cowley and U.S. Bank head of corporate payment systems emerging markets and strategy Nicole Schrader Tackett.

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More On Teleconference 9:

For the first time in our Teleconference series, we’re happy to conduct an executive interview. A leader at one of the world’s largest issuers of T&E payment solutions, Gonca Latif-Schmitt oversees market, product, sales and account management for corporate and public sector clients. We’ll chat with her about what’s on clients’ minds and what’s new with T&E payment.

tcd-teleconference-featuredAfter that, Conferma’s Simon Barker, CHG’s Gordon Cowley and U.S. Bank’s Nicole Tackett will take us through the still-emerging technology, process and opportunity of virtual cards.

We’ll look at use cases. We’ll consider the challenges of bringing together financial and operational parties in a corporate environment. We’ll discuss the role of the travel management company.

What will it take to push these solutions over the edge to mainstream? Perhaps a huge government contract.

It’s our ninth Teleconference, May 11 at 12 pm EDT. Join us.

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