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Comdata Enhances Phillips' Role as Executive VP and GM of Corporate Payment Solutions

May 04, 2009

BRENTWOOD, TN – Comdata Corporation has enhanced Scott Phillips' position as executive vice president of Corporate Payment Solutions. With his newly added responsibilities, Phillips will assume leadership of Comdata's Regulatory Compliance and Financial Services divisions, as well as continue to manage sales and operations for the Corporate Payments division.

"Scott's demonstrated ability to successfully position Comdata's corporate payment solutions both inside and outside the fleet industry has positioned him as the perfect leader to take on these added responsibilities," says Brett Rodewald, president of Comdata. "His wealth of industry knowledge, coupled with his in-depth understanding of customer needs will catapult both the Regulatory Compliance and Financial Services divisions to new heights."

Phillips has more than 17 years experience at Comdata and has been the executive vice president of Corporate Payment Solutions since 2008. Prior to this role, he served as senior vice president and general manager of the Proprietary division. He also served in many management roles at Comdata, and in 2000 was responsible for the launch of Comdata's Pay Card solution. Prior to entering management in 1998, Phillips served in a national accounts sales role where he managed many of Comdata's largest accounts.

Phillips holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Providence College.

About Comdata Corporation

Comdata Corporation is a business-to-business provider of innovative electronic payment solutions. As an issuer and a processor, the company enables more than $24 billion in fleet card, credit card, pay card and virtual card transactions annually. 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 six primary industries: fleet, retail, government, aviation, construction and restaurant/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.

About Ceridian

Ceridian is a global business services organization that offers a comprehensive range of innovative solutions. From human resources and benefits to accredited employee assistance, work-life and health and productivity services, Ceridian helps organizations maximize their human, financial and technology resources. As a leader in payroll outsourcing, gift cards and controlled spending, Ceridian is also a driving force in payment innovation. Whether partnering to improve employee productivity, save money or minimize financial risks, Ceridian's business is to help organizations stay focused on their business.


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