Citi's online tools help you manage your card program more effectively, providing increased efficiency, transparency, compliance and control. The Citi Global Card Management System makes it easy to manage accounts and account controls, while Citi's expense management tools provide access to critical business intelligence for more effective strategic decision making and improved vendor negotiations.
Providing powerful data management and reporting tools, the Citi Global Card Management System offers a convenient, single point of access for:
Timely access to the right data is essential in successfully managing expenses. Citi's CCRS helps you capture and manage expense information related to your card transactions from line-item details to consolidated transaction data and everything in between. CCRS provides you with precisely the details you need to:
Create dynamic queries with easy-to-use wizards and download data into spreadsheet, database or word processing formats—all from a single application that provides you with:
The key to increased program efficiency and effective expense management is in the details. That is why Citi provides card program managers with the most advanced online data management and reporting tools available. Tools that deliver to your desktop valuable details about card users' transactions—everything from line-item and folio level details to consolidated global transactions. Tools like the Citibank® Electronic Reporting System make it easier and faster to download, manage and distribute transaction reports.
Citi's advanced technology and global proprietary processing systems ensure the security and integrity of your data and transactions. Access data 24/7 using our easy-to-navigate menus.
Maximize the value of your Citi commercial card program by reducing or eliminating costs related to running, distributing and storing paper reports. Our online presentation of data, reports and files allows you to:
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