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If you have employees, then you have occupational fraud. In fact, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the typical organization loses 5% of annual revenue to fraud each year. Today, there is a realization that fraud is an enterprise risk that falls in the same realm as economic, supply chain, disaster and regulatory risks.
 
 
 
Spending today is immediate, trackable and mobile, so public sector organizations can move faster and be more flexible. Invoice processing should be just as quick, easy and beneficial. Your financial management and Accounts Payable (AP) teams are essential to driving your organization forward. However, they often get bogged down with manual data entry, errors and handling...
 
 
 
While cloud computing and automation are helping to transform the public sector industry, many organizations are still reliant on paper invoices and manual vendor payment methods for AP. But, as the industry grows, a continued reliance on manual invoice processing will only make acheiving your spend management goals more difficult. Download...
 
 
 
Based on the June 14th, 2018 webinar "Budget Visibility, Connectivity and Organizational Growth – Why it’s not just about AP Automation," this tipsheet uncovers some challenges organizations face when solely focusing on automation and provides best practice recommendations on managing...
 
 
 
The financial services industry is faced with unique challenges that demand attention in governing their travel and expense (T&E) management processes. How do you manage all these challenges and ensure your employees are both able to do their jobs effectively but keep spend in mind as they do it? Download the...
 
 
 
As voice recognition technology grows increasingly accurate, it’s also going mainstream. By 2022, smart speakers – like Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home and Sonos One – will be in more than half of all U.S. households, according to a recent report, and voice assistants will be in use on more than five billion smartphones. Widespread adoption for business use as well is inevitable,...
 
 
 
No time to figure out how to use employees’ time better? That’s the way many small business owners feel. However, it’s worth the effort to investigate tools that make businesses more productive, says Drew Stevens, a St. Louis, Missouri-based productivity coach who works with small and medium-size businesses. “They usually pay for themselves quickly, because they allow employees to...
 
 
 
An SOP is a written, step-by-step description that outlines how to perform a critical company function, which can include anything from accounts payable, to equipment maintenance, to hiring.

If you're worried SOPs will slow you down or inhibit innovation, think again. SOPs can save your staff time and money. Find how by downloading this paper.
 
 
 
With all the options at business travelers' fingertips, it can be difficult identify what's both in the best interest of the traveler and the business. Should you book a rental apartment or hotel? When's the best time to book airfare? Read this article for eight insider tips to clear up the confusion and travel smarter.
 
 
 
With so many changes taking place with governmental regulations, internal policies, and concerns about internal fraud, how can agencies and contractors stay on top of it all? This short tipsheet sets the foundation for government agencies and contractors interested in ensuring their organization has T&E...
 
 

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