Read our case studies to understand how Fortune 500 companies are complying with the new lease accounting standards while saving millions. These pioneers in Enterprise Lease Accounting are using our software to standardize lease versus buy analysis; competitively bid new leases; reduce evergreen fees and comply with the new FASB ASC 842 and IFRS 16 standards.
Some of Our Clients
Featured Case Study
- Standardizing Lease versus Buy Analysis
- Competitive Sourcing of Lease Pricing
- Proactive End of Term Management
- Systematic Reduction of Evergreen Fees
What Our Clients Are Saying
In the first 18 months, through LeaseAccelerator's RFP process, we have successfully competed and awarded $41.7MM of equipment leases and lease-lines (including forklifts, automobiles, IT/servers, furniture & fixtures, broadcast/audio-visual, heavy equipment, etc.) in several countries and generated over $2.7MM of realized savings, which is an ROI of 12.8%.Carol Pennington, Director, Treasury Projects - Cummins
We chose LeaseAccelerator because their technology and expertise delivered substantial visibility and savings to our capital expenditure finance processes.Dale Reid, Treasurer, CFO - ATI
In 2007, Eaton saved $2.2 million on $12 million in leasing volume, thanks in part to LeaseAccelerator's services, which helped us achieve the best price from among competing lessors.Trent Meyerhoefer, Vice President and Assistant Treasurer – Capital Markets Eaton Corporation
Without a Company such as LeaseAccelerator to manage and control the procure-to-pay process, and provide independent analysis and advice, we simply would not be doing leasing today and could not have managed this tremendous growth.Chris Afarian, Assistant Treasurer NetApp Inc.
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White Papers, Handbooks and Research Studies
Authored by PwC, this white paper explains the complex world of equipment leasing including the key organizational, process and systems challenges associated with managing assets such as airplanes, medical devices and construction equipment to furniture, laptops and printers.
There are some similarities between real estate and equipment leases. Both have been neglected and under-funded at most organizations. There has been little investment in the people, systems and processes to support real estate and equipment leases.
Learn the 15 Critical Success Factors for Equipment Leasing. Learn how to standardize your lease versus buy analysis; how to competitively source financing; and proactively manage your end of term. By applying these industry best practices you can save millions.