Many clients claim that one of the key barriers to greater usage of electronic payments is suppliers’ reluctance or refusal to accept such payments. Over the years, PNC has built significant experience and expertise in commercial card acceptance in the B2B payments space.
The following is a summary of some of the key strategies to drive increased commercial card acceptance on the part of suppliers.
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