Are you ready for the new lease accounting standards? While the official implementation deadline is 2019, comparative reporting requirements date back to 2017. Let us help you implement the leasing processes, systems and controls needed to comply.
Manage Your Leases Like a Spend Category
Do you have a strategy to capture savings from leased IT, fleet and equipment assets? Most companies do not. By applying the best practices of procurement to leasing you can save 6-8%. That adds up quickly for an equipment leasing portfolio of $100M to $1B.
Centralize Your Lease versus Buy Analysis
Do you have visibility into the leasing decisions being made at your company? Leasing processes, especially for equipment, are highly decentralized at most companies. We can help you standardize lease versus buy analysis with various decision makers and business units around the world.
Optimize Your Equipment Leasing to Do More With Less
Are you in control of your leasing program? Leasing server hardware, storage devices and networking gear provides can provide you with much needed budget flexibility and cost savings. We’ll give you the tools to track equipment leases from origination to the end-of-term.
Centralize Your Leasing Program Across the Enterprise
Who owns your leasing program? Corporate Real Estate owns the buildings, but what about the IT, fleet and other equipment? At most companies the answer is no one. We can help your shared services organization get your leasing program back under control with common processes across geographic regions.
Monitor Performance of Your Lease Portfolio
Are you getting the economic benefit you expected from your leasing program? Most companies are not. We can give you the reporting and controls needed to track lease performance. So you know whether the savings you expected are the savings you are getting.
White Papers, Case Studies and Webinars
Read Best Practices from our Leasing Experts.
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.