BRENTWOOD, TN - Comdata Corporation, a leader in payment innovation, announces Ethon Stanford as vice president of sales for its national accounts division, which services large, national fleets. Stanford will provide strategic and operational direction for Comdata's sales efforts in the transportation industry, especially for mid- to large-sized fleets.
"With nearly three decades of industry experience, Ethon has a solid understanding of both our fleet customers and the transportation industry overall," said Randy Morgan, executive vice president of sales.
"Our customers are looking for ways to drive efficiencies and reduce expenses, and Ethon's extensive knowledge of Comdata solutions will enable him to create that value for them."
Stanford has been with Comdata for 26 years and helped start Comdata's national accounts division in 1987. During his tenure, he has served in a variety of sales and product management roles.
About Comdata Corporation
Comdata Corporation is a leading business-to-business provider of innovative electronic payment solutions. As an issuer and a processor, the company enables more than $23 billion in fleet card, credit card, pay card and virtual card transactions annually. Over 1.8 million Comdata cards are issued annually, and active cards at any given time total approximately 1.5 million.
With state-of-the-art technology and redundancy, Comdata captures and reports detailed transaction data, empowering its customers to analyze their spending patterns in order to gain unprecedented control of their expenses. Other Comdata solutions include truck stop point-of-sale (POS) systems, regulatory compliance programs, and receivables financing options. Comdata provides solutions to over 25,000 customers in four primary industries: fleet, aviation, construction and retail/hospitality.
Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee with more than 1,000 employees in the United States and Canada, Comdata is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corporation. www.comdata.com
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet