One important relationship businesses create and nurture externally is with vendors. Unfortunately, vendors can also take advantage of that relationship to commit fraud and steal from your company. When this happens, employees are often involved as well. Your accounts payable department (AP) is your first line of defense in identifying vendor fraud and ultimately preventing […]
Often, and rightly so, Accounts Payable (AP) departments are focused on money that’s already been lost — through the improper use of expense accounts, for example, or fraudulent practices on the part of employees and vendors alike. Reviewing transactions and discovering red-flag behaviors are extremely important responsibilities that AP cannot ignore. But equally important — […]
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National Procurement Month is celebrated throughout the month of March and is dedicated to honoring purchasing professionals. Take this time to show your appreciation for all that your procurement team accomplishes throughout the year. Here is a quick round up of things that you can do to honor the purchasing professional you work with. 5 […]
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One of the biggest challenges that Accounts Payable departments face is not only identifying employee fraud and misuse — which on its own can be a daunting task — but also being able to do so across all the various expenses and expense pay methods used by the company. Various expenses and methods of payment […]
Monitoring expenses becomes a greater challenge when businesses rely on multiple payment methods. Meet these challenges head-on with these helpful tips to keep your expenses in order.
Challenges of an expense review Unlike cleaning your fridge, identifying bad card activity is not as simple as checking an expiration date stamped on the side of a carton of spoiled milk. Instead, it requires looking for patterns and trends in data. Such monitoring takes time — and a lot of it, if the job […]