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1 CONFIDENTIAL: This report is solely for the use of client personnel. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, or reproduced for distribution outside the client organization without prior approval by First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. Prepared for: November 7, 2012 Corporate Travel Automation & the Opportunity for Commercial Card Solutions

2 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |2NVBTA_12Nov7 IntroductionsNVBTA Travel Automation & Cards

3 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |3NVBTA_12Nov7 IntroductionsNVBTA Travel Automation & Cards

4 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |4NVBTA_12Nov7 Organizations are automating travel management to streamline processes. Corporate Travel Automation Source: Globalization of Corporate Travel Programs, AirPlus survey of ACTE buyers (2011).European Expense Management Study, Amex & A.T. Kearney (2008). travel policy preferred supplier agreements travel agency corporate card reporting solution expense solution online booking Automation also improves visibility, traveler compliance to policy, and ability to negotiate discounts. Lower performance Average Best performance NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards

5 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |5NVBTA_12Nov7 Almost everyone with >$1 mil in travel has a TMC. Walking card usage rises with spend. TMCs & Travel Card Usage Annual Travel Spend: Source: Corporate Travel Policy: Benchmarking and Insight, prepared by TRW Travel & Expense Management LLC, July 2010. n = 689 U.S. and Canadian organizations. NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards

6 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |6NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards Meanwhile, liability structures are drifting further towards corporate. Individual vs. Corporate Liability Source: First Annapolis Consulting market observations; 2011 RPMG Corporate Travel Card Benchmark Survey Results. Approves Cardholder Sets Credit Line Bill Goes To Payment Made By Payment Guaranteed by Walking Travel Card Individual liability Issuer must check credit Issuer offsets rebate Corp liability / individual pay Client invoiced if cardholder goes 120 days past due Corp liability / corp pay when expense report approved Other Cards CTA / travel agency lodged Purchasing ePayable / virtual Legend: Card IssuerCardholderClient

7 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |7NVBTA_12Nov7 Market averages can be used to benchmark your travel card program. (note: bars indexed to 100% in each category) Travel Card Benchmarking Note: figures are rounded. Source: 2011 RPMG Corporate Travel Card Benchmark Survey Results. NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards # of cardsAnnual Spend 5,623$55 mil 755$10 mil 178$2.8 mil

8 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |8NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards A summer 2012 1 st Annapolis survey shows travel cards and CTAs lead for travel spend. B2B Spend by Form of Payment B2B spend riding on commercial card network rails: Notes: For Travel Spend, meeting cards were less than 2% and prepaid was less than 1%. Both payment methods were combined into commercial cards (plastics issued). For Direct Spend, SEPA accounted for 1% and was combined with ACH. Virtual / Ghost Cards includes travel agency lodged / central accounts as well as ePayables solutions that ride the p-card rails. Source: First Annapolis Consulting B2B payments survey, June / July 2012, n=44 mid-market and large end-user organizations based in North America. defined herein as spend not related to direct operations - office supplies, computers, telephones, etc defined herein as spend related to direct operations - raw materials, delivery, etc, but explicitly excluding payroll Q3/4/5: What is your best guess of the approximate $value breakdown by payment method for...

9 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |9NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards Segmentation shows some remaining bastions of personal card and check usage for travel. Travel Spend by Form of Payment Notes: Minor adjustments were made to Comml (Plastic) spend percentages to eliminate rounding errors. For Travel Spend, meeting cards were less than 2% and prepaid was less than 1%. Both payment methods were combined into commercial cards (plastics issued). Source: First Annapolis Consulting B2B payments survey, June / July 2012, n=44 mid-market and large end-user organizations based in North America. Q3: What is your best guess of the approximate $value breakdown by payment method for Travel gov / education non-profit utilities manufacturing wholesale retail

10 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |10NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards This survey also revealed key drivers for selection and use of commercial cards. Drivers for Card Usage & Growth Q: What are the reasons for credit / payment card use in your organization? Q: What would be the key factors in increasing usage of credit cards? Q: What weighting / importance do you assign to the following factors in selecting card issuers? Source: First Annapolis Consulting B2B payments survey, June / July 2012, n=44 mid-market and large end-user organizations based in North America.

11 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |11NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards Organizations who put more travel spend on cards / CTAs realize more value-add. Drivers for Card Usage & Growth Q: What are the reasons for credit / payment card use in your organization? (all responses must sum to 100%) Q: What would be the key factors in increasing usage of credit cards? (all responses must sum to 100%) Source: First Annapolis Consulting B2B payments survey, June / July 2012, n=44 mid-market and large end-user organizations based in North America. for respondents that place 70% or more of travel spend on travel cards or CTAs, one-third would say data & reporting capabilities drives 20-39% of the reasons why they use cards. for 70%+ respondents, one-third would weight improving control & compliance as 40-59% of the rationale for increasing usage

12 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |12NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards Mobile authentication for corporate travel payments is quite limited, but likely to grow. Mobile Transaction Authorization Source: "Mobile Payment - How It Will Transform Corporate Travel and Expense Management," AirPlus, April 2012. Based on global 2012 survey of ACTE buyers.

13 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |13NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards Mobile apps are also niche; but fundamental to further enhancing traveler productivity. Mobile Applications for Travel Source: Expense Management for a New Decade, Aberdeen Group survey of respondents from EMEA (23%), N.A. (67%), AsiaPacific (6%), and South/Central America (4%) (March 2011).

14 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |14NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & Cards First Annapolis is a specialized consulting firm focused exclusively on payments. About First Annapolis Client Payment Strategy Management Consulting (strategy, market research, business casing, partnerships, implementation) M&A Advisory (acquisition / divestiture strategy, buy / sell-side representation, transaction support) Card Issuing Card Issuing Debit / Prepaid Commercial Payments Merchant Acceptance Background: Founded in 1991; privately held Headquartered in the Baltimore area Professional Staff: 75+ professionals Balanced combination of industry, functional, and consulting experience Service Offerings: Management consulting and M&A advisory services Practice areas aligned with all payment products and services Clients: Card partners (retailers, autos, airlines, hotels, affinity groups, etc.) Banks and specialty finance companies Payment networks Processors and service providers Trade and government organizations Emerging payment providers Strategy Development / Support (strategic planning, benchmarking, diagnostics, business casing) Strategy Development / Support (strategic planning, benchmarking, diagnostics, business casing) Strategic Sourcing (insource vs. outsource, feature / functionality, vendor selection) Strategic Sourcing (insource vs. outsource, feature / functionality, vendor selection) Partnership Finance (retail, travel, entertainment, oil, auto, affinity, agent) Partnership Finance (retail, travel, entertainment, oil, auto, affinity, agent) Loyalty Program Support (platform/delivery, integration, implementation) Loyalty Program Support (platform/delivery, integration, implementation)

15 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |15NVBTA_12Nov7 NVBTA Travel Automation & CardsFirst Annapolis Contact First Annapolis Consulting | M&A Advisory Services www.firstannapolis.com 900 Elkridge Landing Road, Suite 400 Linthicum, Maryland 21090 USA Lauriergracht 138 1016RT Amsterdam The Netherlands Frank Martien Partner frank.martien@firstannapolis.com (410) 855-8513

16 First Annapolis Consulting, Inc. | Confidential |16NVBTA_12Nov7 Now that weve caught a glimpse of some current trends in corporate travel automation, lets ask the experts. Bill, if I could start with you, (1) could you describe some of the ways TMCs are facilitating more automated or sophisticated use of CTAs or walking cards? [allow Bill and other panelists to address question]. Now, Robin (2) what are some best practices youre seeing with regards to travel spend data consolidation, reporting, and analysis - and - how are organizations creatively using this data to their benefit? [all panelists address question]. Terry, (3) what trends are you seeing relative to TMC and travel card mandates; and what are some best practice examples that come to mind? [all address question]. Bill, as you reflect on the panelists input, (4) what advice would you give to a client regarding how to identify and position an internal executive champion to push an organization towards further corporate travel automation? [all address question]. Robin, (5) over the next five years, what tangible benefits will mobile deliver for corporate travel automation / how will the business case be made? [all address question]. And Terry, do you see banks, card networks, TMCs, or all three types of providers, leading the charge in mobile - or - will mobile be driven mostly by players outside of corporate travel? [all address question]. Finally, Bill, what form of corporate travel automation have we NOT discussed that well start reading about within five to 10-years time? [all address question]. And, Robin, whats in store for us regarding future convergence of corporate travel management and payment practices across geographic markets? [all address question]. Terry, should M&A be on the radar; and what sort of business combinations up and down the value chain could impact corporate travel automation and payments? Moderator Script & QuestionsNVBTA Travel Automation & Cards


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