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Procurement Card Pros & Cons


PurchTips - Edition # 124

By Charles Dominick, SPSM

 

What Should You Know About Procurement Cards?

More than a decade after becoming mainstream, procurement cards remain a key component of procurement departments? repertoires. Whether implementing a new procurement card program or administering one that has been in place for years, procurement departments need to continually consider these pros and cons of procurement cards...

Advantages/Pros:

Disadvantages/Cons:

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