Card Issuers will ensure administrators are fully trained on the various program and administration tools and reporting functions, and will work closely with administrators to help educate cardholders using different training aids including user guides.
Once a program is up and running, ongoing account management support from the card issuer helps a client to make any necessary adjustments to ensure the program fully meets the client’s expectations. Visa and its Issuers also offer a collection of Best Practices reports including:
- Guidelines to assist with managing Purchasing Card-related commodity tax compliance.
- Tools to benchmark a company’s procurement and payment processes against Best Practices, including improvement recommendations.
Cardholders enjoy 24-hour toll-free access to global customer assistance services, including lost/stolen card reporting, cardholder inquiries and emergency card replacement within 24 hours anywhere in North America.
Canadian businesses are continually challenged to build more efficiencies into their procurement and T&E payment processes. Read Visa Canada's latest research on leading edge practices and procedures.
Visa Procure-to-Pay Best Practices
Download an Executive Summary of the Visa Procure-to-Pay Best Practices study.
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How Business Buys
Get a copy of the 3rd edition of How Business Buys, a national study examining current purchasing practices and future trends of medium and large-size Canadian organizations. To obtain your free copy, contact a Visa-Issuing Financial Institution or email email@example.com.
CRA 199 Impact to Procurement Cards
Download a white paper outlining the application process to claim exemption from the documentary requirements to claim Input Tax Credits on Procurement cards.
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Top 10 Tax Best Practices
Read how to efficiently increase tax compliance.
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