We strive for accuracy and transparency in everything we do, especially in preparing our financial statements, books, and records
Our records and our record-keeping processes form the basis on which we make important strategic decisions. They help us fulfill our financial commitments and hold us accountable to shareholders and those who rely on our financial information. That’s why records and information about our company and its operations must always be complete, accurate, and transparent.
Employees involved in preparing financial or accounting records have an increased responsibility to understand AppFolio’s reporting controls and procedures, as well as the laws and standards relating to accounting and financial reporting. This includes working cooperatively with our independent auditors and ensuring our reports are accurate, timely, and disclosed appropriately. Senior Financial Officers are especially responsible for ensuring fair, accurate, timely, and understandable disclosures are filed in reports, documents, and other public communications.
Even if you are not directly involved with financial reporting, you still have a responsibility to make sure all records you create (such as timesheets, expense reports, and other corporate information) are prepared as honestly and as accurately as possible. If you see or suspect information is inaccurate or misleading, or that reporting procedures are not being followed, notify the Compliance & Ethics Team.