AP audit leads to turnaround at West Virginia university

For many organizations, inventory management, lacking control over P-card use and insufficient internal oversight for cash receipts. The news provider noted that Lori Elliott, assistant vice president for business and finance at the school, informed the legislative audit committee that these issues have since been resolved. 

Without the initial AP audit, there's no telling how much longer WSVU's numerous accounting problems would have persisted. Thanks to audit solutions, the college can enjoy the benefits of positive oversight and accounting practices. As long as employees and leaders keep up with the changes, the school may also be able to dedicate more of its resources toward other projects that can help staff and students alike.

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