Tana Law

Tana Law

Tana Law is Senior Vice President and co-founder of Nvoicepay, a FLEETCOR company. She has more than 28 years of experience in the payments industry. Prior to Nvoicepay, Tana was VP of Sales at Zevez Corporation and spent 18 years in various roles at Discover Card Services including Regional Director, Senior National Accounts Manager, Business Development Manager, Director of Support Services, District Manager, and Account Executive. On behalf of Discover Card, she established contractual policies and procedures for the then-emerging industry of “transaction aggregators.” As a Regional Director, Tana managed more than 100 Account Executives in seven states and set many of the sales performance policies and metrics still in place at Discover.

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