If you haven’t yet adopted the new lease accounting standards, make sure you’re up to speed on preparation and compliance. The sooner you get started on implementation, the smoother the process is likely to be. There are challenges to be sure, but solutions exist to help surmount hurdles.
With added data requirements attached to lease reporting, the path to lease accounting compliance can appear difficult. Add in the impact of COVID-19 and managing day-to-day accounting issues and the thought of adopting a new standard may seem daunting.
Automated technologies, accounting expertise, and strong processes can help ease the burden.
Intense hours of manually filling out spreadsheet entries, once conducted outside core business systems, can now be simplified by software solutions and structured services – helping you implement process advances that make a heavy lift a lighter one.
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Whether you’re in need of a single solution or comprehensive lease managed services, we’re here with tailored approaches for your specific lease accounting compliance needs.
Crowe Lease Accounting Optimizer for NetSuite
Get an automated solution that’s built right into your existing NetSuite system to work seamlessly.
Use this web-based application to assist you right away, no matter what business system you use.
Streamline your process with an integrated ERP solution built on top of Microsoft Dynamics 365™.
Simplify your transition to GASB 87 standards for the public sector – and target inefficiencies at the same time.
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