Authored by PwC, this white paper explains the complex world of equipment leasing, including the key organizational, processes, and systems challenges associated with managing assets from airplanes, medical devices, and construction equipment to furniture, laptops, and printers.
Learn the 15 critical success factors for equipment leasing. Learn how to standardize your lease versus buy analysis, how to competitively source financing, and how to proactively manage your end of term. By applying these industry best practices, you can save millions.
The industry’s most comprehensive guide to collecting your lease accounting data. Follow our 10-step methodology to understand what data you need, where to find it, how to abstract it, and how to clean it up. Over 50 pages of best practices and diagrams illustrate the process step by step.
Treasury and finance professionals – learn the best practices for conducting a lease versus buy analysis for IT, fleet, and equipment acquisitions. This white paper covers the key structural, tax, market, and pricing factors that need to be compared to realize the best economic decision for your business.
Review the findings from the first National Lease Accounting conference held in the US. Get perspectives from the Big Four, Software Vendors, Lessors, and Lessees on issues such as technical accounting, implementation strategies, and software vendor selection.
A Buyer’s Guide to Comparing the Features of Equipment Lease Management Software
Use this Guide to understand:
- Six key functions of an Equipment Lease Management application
- Technical considerations for integration, security and deployment
- Understanding the unique characteristics of equipment leases
Detailed Software Requirements:
- Lease versus Buy Analysis
- Competitive Sourcing of New Leases
- Start-of-Term Lease Administration
- Middle-of-Term Lease Administration
- End of Term and Evergreen Management
- Lease Accounting
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How to Estimate the Savings From Equipment Lease Spend Management
By Michael Keeler & Bob Solomon
Published in May 2016
Published in Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Fortune 500 companies across a wide variety of industries commonly have an equipment lease spend of $100 million or more. Some spend up to $1 billion annually. Despite its size and ubiquity, leased equipment spend is still poorly managed in most companies. For procurement leaders, poorly managed spend can become a meaningful source of annual savings.