Expanding your commercial card program will help you cut costs, make more efficient payments and improve your bottom line.
J.P. Morgan is the #1 Visa and Mastercard Commercial Card Issuer in the United States1
THE AVERAGE YEAR-OVER-YEAR PROGRAM GROWTH FOR CLIENTS WHO ACTIVELY ENGAGE WITH OUR CLIENT CONSULTING TEAM
Among organizations who revisit the topic of acceptance with suppliers who initially resisted, more than half report greater acceptance2
Our approach takes a holistic view to uncover your full supply base opportunity and allocate the right spend to the right solutions
Our in-house Supplier Experience team analyzes your A/P spend, leveraging proprietary J.P. Morgan supplier preference data and industry benchmarks. Not only will we forecast the total potential of your commercial card program and identify suppliers more likely to accept, but we will also identify opportunities to move additional spend from checks to more efficient electronic payables solutions like ACH. Even after your program is in place, your relationship team can routinely assess your A/P spend and help you fine-tune your payables strategy.
Whether our Supplier Experience team manages a supplier recruitment campaign on your behalf or you take the lead, we'll equip you with the insights, best practices and resources you need to be confident in your approach. Educating suppliers about the benefits of card acceptance is key to program success, and our specialists will offer custom recommendations based on your goals and supplier relationships.
Count on our Supplier Experience team to make it easy for you to adopt and seamless for your suppliers to accept J.P. Morgan’s Virtual Card solution.
Your dedicated campaign manager will guide you through the entire supplier enablement process—from identifying an optimal supplier recruitment strategy to tracking the success of your campaign. Our team of recruitment specialists will contact suppliers on your behalf. At every step along the way, we apply best practices to on-board your suppliers and share insights to help you capture maximum spend.
* J.P. Morgan proprietary data from 2019 J.P. Morgan Supplier Survey
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