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, fraud is rampant and in-house accounting teams need to be armed with the tools to prevent it—and catch it quickly if it does occur. Join this webinar and discover technological tools that can help you fight fraud.
Aaron started his career at Deloitte as a financial statement auditor and CPA. While auditing publicly-traded companies, Aaron saw how important accounting procedures and controls are for safeguarding companies' assets and preventing fraud. During the next stage of his career, Aaron purchased a 50-year-old business and started two other businesses. After selling these businesses, Aaron joined BILL, where he is dedicated to helping accounting and finance professionals simplify spend and expense management throughout their companies.
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