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NAPCP 2016 Global Salary Survey Focuses on Compensation and Hiring Qualifications for End-Users and Provider Relationship Managers in the Commercial Card and Payment Industry; First Salary Survey of its Kind in EMEA; Open Through June 3, 2016

This week, the NAPCP launched its 2016 edition of its popular Global Salary Survey, aimed at capturing and delivering insight into the Commercial Card and Payment industry’s wage, role and staffing trends. It is the first of its kind in EMEA. The survey focuses on compensation and hiring qualifications for Commercial Card end-users (P-Cards/One Cards and/or Travel Cards as well as providers in a relationship manager role). This year’s new features are the inclusion of ePayables and further segmentation of data by geography (e.g., U.S., Canada, EMEA, Latin America, Asia Pacific and elsewhere).

Those who complete the survey and provide adequate contact information will receive a copy of the full results report. Only survey respondents will receive the supplemental report offering additional detail by sector—Higher Education, Government/K-12, and Corporate. Participants will also receive credit toward the Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) credential, and a chance to win a $250 gift card.

“This exclusive survey delivers critical data to a niche market of business-to-business payment professionals,” said Diane McGuire, NAPCP Managing Director. “Historically, the NAPCP Salary Survey report of results is one of the most popular resources on our website. The NAPCP’s community of almost 15,000 industry professionals is continually seeking guidance on compensation, optimal staffing levels for Commercial Card programs, and preferred experience and skills for program managers, administrators and support staff. With the results report, survey respondents will be equipped with the data they need to appeal to management for evaluation of job duties, optimal staff levels, compensation or support for continuing education.”