Returning Lost Profits to Your Bottom Line

Optimized Recoveries & Valuable Insights

Since 1989, CPRS has partnered with prestigious enterprises such as Costco, in both the US and Canada, to recover millions of dollars in lost profits. Our tenured audit approach in the retail and commercial sectors delivers results with minimal disruption to our clients' internal operations while safeguarding their valuable supplier relationships.

The comprehensive recovery audit and advisory services CPRS offers are highly customized and forensic in nature. Our seasoned auditors take a hands-on approach to investigating disbursement data and documentation across your entire procure-to-pay (P2P) cycle. Aided by CPRS Core™ analytics, we dig deeper to find and recover more of the money that is rightfully yours while identifying the root cause of profit leakage.

Our proven approach called the CPRS Edge not only optimizes profit recovery, it provides the business intelligence and best practice recommendations to target and fix the underlying issues in your supply chain. With CPRS on your side, we'll help your company tighten operations, streamline internal procedures, eliminate weaknesses in controls and reduce your exposure to fraud.

How can CPRS enhance your operational and financial performance? Find out, risk free. Because we work on a contingency fee basis—earning a negotiated percentage of the recoveries we find, you engage our services at no risk. If we find nothing, you pay nothing.

Return lost profits to your bottom line. Call CPRS at 1-877-635-2777 to learn more.

quote-top For more than two decades CPRS has effectively partnered with Costco Wholesale providing outstanding recoveries and a continuously high level of technical and administrative support. More importantly, the CPRS team has conducted business professionally with the highest ethical standards, earning the respect of Costco Wholesale and our suppliers. I recommend their services without reservation.

—Joe Grachek, Vice President, Merchandise Accounting Controller, Costco