Automating Expenses

Sisk, Michael
April 2005
Bank Technology News;Apr2005 Supplement, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the participation of Marriott International Inc. in the e-Folio program of MasterCard Inc., which electronically presents to bank card issuers and their corporate customers detailed expense data. Increase the visibility offered by e-Folio that allows companies to explore and negotiate vendor contracts; Business benefits of the e-Folio for hotel industry; Action taken by MasterCard to manipulate the wealth data of the banks.


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