The payments industry has changed dramatically in the last ten years, and virtual cards will allow your clients to eliminate fraud and overspending at their organizations. This is a must-see for any CPAs looking to help their clients get up to date on the latest tech trends, save money, and eliminate expense fraud.
Data-supported breakdown of how virtual cards can increase revenue for you and your client.
Teach your clients the value of virtual cards and how to use them.
How to eliminate unnecessary spending by using virtual cards.
Growth of the virtual card industry and insights on how you can use virtual cards to increase your business.
"Great Presentation by Alex and Bob. Very Helpful and informative Webinar for CPAs and Clients."
"I am glad I took the time to learn about Fraud and Overspend for my clients. Thank you."
"This is the future of financial transactions."
"I recommend this webinar to online based companies."
Bob Sneed is the Vice President of Corporate Payments for WEX. He is responsible for business development and growth of corporate B2B payment solutions for WEX including commercial cards (Fleet, Purchasing and Travel), expense management, AP automation and Integrated Payment applications for companies across North America. As a 30-year veteran in the payments industry, Sneed has held executive leadership positions with Vendorin, Comdata and EDS. He has used his extensive knowledge and experience in commercial payments to deliver cost savings, process improvement and margin contribution to leading U.S. companies like AvidXchange, Echo Health, Cabela’s, CKE Restaurants, Kinder Morgan, Covenant Transport, Ergon and more. Bob provides leadership, business development expertise, product design and operational oversight of the WEX Mastercard® commercial program to ensure long term growth. He is a graduate of Abilene Christian University and a member of NAPCP, AP Network and IOMA and is a frequent speaker at various industry conferences.
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