Autodesk, a provider of 3D design, engineering, and construction software, said it won’t restate several years of financial statements following an audit committee investigation into potential accounting misconduct.

The company announced the results of its probe Friday, after previously disclosing April 1 that it initiated an internal investigation regarding its free cash flow and non-generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) operating margin practices. The probe focused on fiscal years 2022-24.

“The company’s management has determined that there will be no restatement or adjustment of any audited or unaudited, filed or previously announced, GAAP or non-GAAP financial statements,” Autodesk said.

The investigation did find “certain decisions regarding discretionary spending, collections, and accounts payable were informed by their anticipated effects on the company’s external free cash flow and/or non-GAAP operating margin targets,” the company said. It said these actions “generally served to reduce reported free cash flow and/or lower reported margin in the current period” and were not made to influence compensation outcomes for certain executives, despite being a factor in such packages.

The audit committee recommended the company review its processes around financial communications and disclosures, assess certain organizational functions and responsibilities, and adopt and enhance policies and processes regarding the matters covered in the investigation.

In the aftermath of the probe, Autodesk announced Chief Financial Officer Deborah Clifford would be appointed chief strategy officer. Elizabeth Rafael was appointed by the board as interim CFO.

At the time of its initial disclosure, Autodesk said it voluntarily self-disclosed the matter to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company delayed filing its 2024 annual report while it conducted its investigation and is “working diligently” to submit the report, it said.