Who says there is no competition in the cards world?

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6 September 2010


  • Denise,

    I don't think it means much from the corporate cards perspective other than that you can expect an increased competition in this area as well. My view is that these specific, e-commerce related announcements are aimed at improving services to consumers and merchants rather than corporate customers. However, it would be interesting to hear from our readers if they see how these additional capabilities and partnerships can help the card schemes compete in the corporate customer space.

  • Hi Zilvinas,

    What does all this mean from a corporate cards perspective? This is something we are keenly interested in on

    Thanks for the update,

    Denise Bedell
    Finance/Treasury blogger