Thus, based on the findings stated through gathering data by the researchers from the concessionaires of University of Mindanao and Ateneo De Davao University, the following relevant conclusions were drawn. The overall result showed that the level of inventory management has no statistical significance when linked to the physical inventory count employed by the concessionaires. On the other hand, the level of inventory management is significantly affected the proper segregation among the employees like handling of cash and recording. Further research which is related in this study can enhance and dig deeper that can fill some lacking information that arose after the completion of this study. Thus, subsequent researches should be conducted to continuously assess the concessionaires.
28 RECOMMENDATION Based on the findings of this study, the following recommendations were made. Concessionaires of universities among Davao City should only continue and improve the rules and regulations that were implemented since the inventory management of concessionaires among universities in Davao City has a proper inventory planning and inventory control and the level of fraud control implementation of concessionaires among universities in Davao City have been found out that there is a proper segregation of duties. University of Mindanao should integrate the significance of studying the fraud control of entities in its accounting subjects and embolden students to strive and develop a study in this area considering other indicators. It is recommended to the future researchers that they must have more adequate data to attain a further perspective of the relationship inventory management and fraud control implementation of concessionaires among universities in Davao City.
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