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Textbook Problem

Discuss the following statement: even in advanced technology systems, the AP clerk must perform a three-way match to approve all vendor invoices for payment.

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Describe the statement, “even in advanced technology systems, the AP clerk must perform a three-way match to approve all vendor invoices for payment”.

Explanation

Three-way Match:

The verification of the purchase transaction by the accounts payable department is done by method called three-way match. The verification is conducted by reconciling of the purchase order, receiving report and the invoice providing financial information.

The verification of the purchase transaction by the accounts payable department is done by method called three-way match. The verification is conducted by reconciling of the purchase order, receiving report and the invoice providing financial information.

The three-way match verification in the advance technology system is automated...

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