7 Essentials for Bringing Control and Compliance to Unmanaged Spending for K12 Schools

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When you work in finance for K-12 school districts, you see just about everything – from fraudulent charges to imaginative methods for spending. You also have an up-close view of the various systems and processes designed to manage all those costs.

Because every dollar you spend is an investment in your school district, all your spending needs to be managed – so when invoices come in, you know you’re paying the right amount to the right supplier at the right time.

In this tip sheet, we explore seven essentials to consider when looking for a solution that brings control and compliance to unmanaged spend.