According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), businesses lose an average of 5% of their gross revenue to fraud, and small businesses rank the highest in fraud frequency. Whether it's from broken internal processes, lack of oversight, malicious intent, or simply misunderstandings of company policies, it's important for in-house accounting teams to be armed with the tools to prevent fraud- and catch it quickly if it does occur.
Join this webinar to see some technological tools Finance teams are deploying to aid in fraud protection, including:
- Using virtual cards to manage payments and subscriptions
- Improving employee spend management and getting rid of “spend now, ask for forgiveness later” mentalities
- Mobile receipt upload to get rid of excuses that a receipt was misplaced
- Push notifications for budget approvals, giving budget owners instant spend visibility without slowing down business
- Discover how to use virtual cards to manage payments and subscriptions
- Identify how to Improve employee spend management and get rid of “spend now, ask for forgiveness later” mentalities
- Recognize how to use push notifications for budget approvals, giving budget owners instant spend visibility without slowing down business
Who Should Attend
CPAs and Finance Professionals who deal with expense reporting, budgeting, fraud.
- Senior Account Executive
Robbie Neff is a Senior Account Executive at BILL, for which he has been working since 2021. He was born and raised in a suburb of Salt Lake City, UT. When he isn't working at BILL, he is busy raising two young children with his wife. He enjoys golfing and any excuse to play with the family in the outdoors.
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Date & Time
Wednesday, March 20, 2024
12:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
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