For many companies, Accounts Payable (AP) audits are not only important – they are a necessity. Since the implementation of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act, all public companies need to submit their records for audit to ensure that they observe the standards specified in the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Most private companies also have state requirements that dictate similar auditing.
Although compliance creates extra work for businesses, Accounts Payable audits can also reveal the areas in which operational efficiency can be improved. Auditing accounting can expose mistakes, duplicate payments, and other problems that might be impacting your business.
AP Audits can often seem overwhelming, but with the right tools, it doesn’t have to be stressful. With Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Analytics, and customized reports, your AP audits can be completed in mere days rather than weeks or months.
Join us for Audit Toolbox – the Right Tools for Stress-Free Compliance to see how your AP audits can become a welcomed operational task. In this webinar, we will cover:
With strong procedures and tools in place, there is no need to stress about an upcoming accounting audit. Going digital will make auditing faster, easier, and cheaper. Most importantly, elevating your operational efficiencies will offer you more time to pursue strategic plans —like planning for your company’s financial future.
|February 25, 2021||2pm EST||Your Desk!|
About the Speaker:
Ernie Labbe is the Chief Product Officer for IntelliChief. He manages the company’s worldwide professional services organization, collaborating with customers and partners to ensure a successful roll-out of IntelliChief’s award-winning ECM solutions.
Mr. Labbe has spent over 20 years in senior management. His roles focused on customer-facing operations and services for data, voice, and software vendors that have supplied products and services to wireless, wireline, and large enterprise customers.
Prior to IntelliChief, Ernie was Senior Director of Operations & Services of Tatara Systems (acquired by Taqua, LLC). Early in his career, he held management positions in service delivery for companies including Nortel Networks and Cisco Systems.