An audit tends to be less informational in scope than an inspection. The individual performing the audit is typically asked to verify that all assets to be considered as collateral are on-site, match by model and serial number those assets listed on security agreements, lease schedules or other reports provided by the client. The auditor can also be asked to inquire of the end user if they are satisfied with the equipment and if it is meeting their needs.

The auditor may also be asked to view general working conditions, care of the equipment and other important observations.

LMI personnel have conducted audits in many different working environments and feel confident that they will serve your needs with professionalism and efficiency.