Most financial systems are quite reliable, but none are flawless. As a result, payment and collection errors exist in every organization due to inefficient system controls, inconsistent processes, organizational change, and other factors. Most mature companies recognize recovery auditing as a financial best practice. AHS is likewise recognized as the recovery audit leader for their unparalleled results and proven process.
To directly improve the bottom line, AHS will identify and analyze the root cause of financial inefficiencies and recommend changes to reduce future losses. All finance and accounting disclosure practices are reviewed to identify shortcomings that may lead to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance issues. AHS also recommends that firms regularly evaluate their recovery audit provider. As technology and practices change, audit firms must also change to provide the best services to their clients.
To AHS, achieving exceptional performance means going beyond recovering the most money possible. AHS also delivers consulting services to assist clients in reducing or eliminating future errors. Clients are provided with tools and actionable recommendations to make significant contributions towards process improvement in their organizations.