Enterprise-Wide Lease Census
Ten Places to Look to Find All of Your Leases
Learn the Five Questions to Ask
- Who negotiates the leases?
- Who provides the leases?
- Who manages the leased assets?
- Who reports on the leases?
- Who pays for the leases?
Identify Leases in Categories:
- Real Estate
- IT and Data Center Technology
- Vehicle Fleets
- Material Handling Equipment
- Office Furniture and Equipment
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White Papers, Handbooks and Research Studies
With the deadlines for the new lease accounting standards approaching quickly, many companies are asking how software can help automate the tasks required for the transition period. US GAAP filers adopting ASC 842 will be required to provide three years of comparative reporting.
Learn the differences between contract-level and asset-level lease accounting in this technical white paper. Review examples of the impact of asset-level decisions, judgments and events for material handling, data center and IT equipment.
Considering Lease Accounting Software to comply with the new FASB or IFRS standards? Download this eBook to understand the potential time and cost savings opportunities resulting from automation of lease classification and financial reporting.