Our goal is to help attendees learn the value of payment optimization so that they are able to utilize these strategies to drive margin improvement and streamline their business processes. – Bob Sneed, SVP of Comdata
Brentwood, TN (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
Comdata Inc., a leading provider of electronic payment solutions, will host a financial leadership event featuring guest speakers, Marie Aloisi, MasterCard Worldwide’s vice president and senior business leader, and Brent Hardebeck, Hayneedle, Inc.’s controller.
The luncheon takes place on Tuesday, August 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Ventana Room at the Golden Gate Club. This luncheon is part of an event series that brings financial industry leaders together to explore payment optimization strategies. Those interested in attending may register until Monday, August 4.
By hosting this leadership luncheon, Bob Sneed, senior vice president of Comdata, described the beneficial value of this event and what attendees can expect during the session.
“By collaborating with MasterCard and Hayneedle for this event, we will be able to provide financial leaders and members of the business community with thought leadership and a better understanding on how to drive cost savings,” Sneed said. “Our goal is to help attendees learn the value of payment optimization so that they are able to utilize these strategies to drive margin improvement and streamline their business processes.”
During the luncheon, both Marie Aloisi and Brent Hardebeck will outline how they leverage electronic payments within their organization. They will also highlight how electronic payments have helped drive their supplier discount opportunities, maximize their overall procurement process and streamline their internal processes.
Comdata began its Financial Leadership Luncheon series last year in Dallas and hosted its most recent luncheon sessions in Phoenix last month. Comdata is scheduled to host its Financial Leadership Luncheon series in at least two other cities this year, which include Denver and Seattle.
Registration for this event will close on Monday, August 4.