Comdata’s Move to Drive Payments Innovation in the Transportation Industry

Comdata Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corporation, is turning up the heat on its payment solutions for the transportation industry. Comdata enables more than $23 billion in fleet card, credit card, pay card and virtual card transactions annually.

In this exclusive NEXTcast interview, sits down with Ethon Stanford, Vice President of sales for Comdata’s national accounts division. The Tennessee native and UT grad opens up about Comdata’s new debit platform with MasterCard and how he will help define What’s Next for Comdata.


Executive Bio: Ethon Stanford, vice president of sales for Comdata Corporation’s national accounts division

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.

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