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The surprising truth about corporate cards

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In the world of commercial payments, there are some misconceptions around corporate card usage. From encouraging bad behavior, to being cumbersome and complicated to use, these misconceptions can often make middle market businesses hesitant to adopt a commercial card program.                           

We partnered with Protagonist to better understand the beliefs held by middle market financial executives and their staff when it comes to corporate card policy, expense management, corporate card products, and benefits. 

A fresh perspective on the benefits of corporate cards
In this article, we outline the value inherent in corporate cards, especially with respect to expense management and rewards, and dispel the myth that corporate cards are an unrewarding experience. Read more.

Hesitant to adopt a corporate card program? Here’s why you should
In this article , we tackle the misconception that corporate cards are a gateway to fraud and encourage overspending by looking at the financial, operational and security benefits that they provide. Read more.

Want to learn more about our commercial cards? Contact us to learn how any of our products and payment solutions can help your business. 



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