Capture™ is the result of all 20 years' of learning and expertise, bringing clients the ability to take control of invoice processing to proactively target and prevent loss through fraud, or genuine error.

Whether is it a supplier agreement audit based on email and contract documents, or an accounts payable review of duplicate payments, machine learning has huge implications for the speed and efficiency of a recovery audit provision.

Commercial Agreement, also known as Contract Compliance, or Supplier Funding audits, provide a wealth of opportunities for spend recovery and process improvements for APL’s clients, across all industry sectors. Today our team explore some of the root causes of lost income we identify during our reviews, and some tips and tricks to avoid these pitfalls within your commercial agreement processes.

For many organisations, April heralds the start of a new financial year, with a new set of challenges and budgets to manage. A recovery audit can be a great way to maximise income this year, with no upfront costs to budget for. Here, one of our Senior Managers with over 10 years' experience in recovery audit, gives her Top 5 reasons to plan a recovery audit this year.

APL are experts in Retail Recovery Auditing, with vast experience in this fast paced, complex industry. Here we share a case study of a large grocery retailers, who partnered APL initially on a split ledger / second pass basis, before APL were promoted to the primary role.

How traditional recovery audits are moving into real time, to prevent payment errors and manage commercial agreements to ensure accurate and timely billing.

Learn about some of the ways APL have been leading the field in this progressive new approach to the traditional, post payment recovery audit.

Delivering impactful social value is now a requirement of public sector contracts in the UK. Find out how this has been at the been at the heart of APL's mission over the years, and into the future. 

The COVID19 pandemic has hit economies hard around the globe, however arguably the greatest challenge of all is faced by public sector organisations, trying to deliver essential services to their communities with limited budget and resource. 

A recent article from the BBC included their analysis which suggested nine out of ten councils across England were likely to overspend versus budget this year, and referred to a “worrying laissez-faire” attitude within the Treasury about the potential budgetary crisis... So what options are available which present a low risk opportunity to improve the outlook for the year ahead?