The Report Metrics will help with audit trends over a period of time. Such as how often high-risk line items are detected. This report will determine if the high-risk lines are increasing or decreasing over time.

The report metrics will track how many lines are marked as false positives and show if that number is increasing or decreasing during a certain period of time.

The reason high-risk expense lines may remain high might be due to an outdated or overly stringent T&E (Travel and Expense) policy. In this case, it may be time to adjust the T&E policy and reconfigure some of the AppZen models to help reduce the total number of high-risk expense lines flagged. In both cases, this report offers an opportunity to understand the impact of particular changes made to potentially reduce the amount of high-risk expense lines.

User Role required: Auditor

To generate the AppZen report metrics, go to the Reports tab and select Generate Reports. 

Then select the AppZen Report Metric:

Then click the blue "Go" button

The AppZen Report Metrics can be adjusted over a monthly period. Select the desired timeframe for the start and end dates.

Once generated the report will end up in the queue during processing.

Below is a list of the columns found in the AppZen Report Metrics:

  • # of Expense Reports Processed – The total number of expense reports that have been audited by AppZen.
  • # of Expense Lines Processed – The total number of expense lines that have been audited by AppZen.
  • # of High-Risk Lines Identified – The total number of high-risk expense lines that have been flagged by AppZen.
  • % of High-Risk Lines – The percentage of expense lines flagged as high-risk represented by the total number of high-risk lines as the numerator and the total number of lines audited as the denominator.
  • # of Lines Marked as FPOS – The total number of expense lines that have been marked as false-positive by an auditor.
  • % of Lines Marked as FPOS – The percentage of expense lines marked as a false-positive represented by the total number of expense lines marked as a false-positive as the numerator and the total number of expense lines marked as high-risk as the denominator.
  • Average Audit Time in Minutes (Under 4 Hours) – The average time it takes for AppZen to process and audit an expense report in minutes.
  • % of Reports with 4 Hours+ Audit Time – The percentage of expense reports that took longer than 4 hours for AppZen to process and audit represented by the total number of expense reports that took longer than 4 hours to audit as the numerator and the total number of expense reports audited as the denominator.
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