See how SAP CLM can help you have clear visibility into Finance and Operating leases to ensure you have them classified correctly impacting EBITDA
Listen to the latest episode of Bramasol’s Insights to Action Podcast Series. In this episode, Bramasol’s expert John Froelich discusses on active lease management, what is it, and how it can improve your free cash flow.
Watch how SAP’s solution for leasing solved the compliance problem of a Biotechnology Leader Amgen Inc.
Listen to the latest episode of Bramasol’s Insights to Action Podcast Series. In this episode, Bramasol’s expert John Scott shares insights of ASC 842 that applies to private companies and what implementation issues they are facing.
Our holistic approach assures Compliance with the new standards while also providing a structured solution for Optimization of all lease administration and portfolio management and an integrated system for Transformation of how leasing is handled within overall end-to-end business processes.
Watch how leading Railroad transportation company called on Bramasol to help them to comply with ASC 842 and IFRS 16 standards.
Watch how Leading Multinational Retail Giant called on Bramasol to help them comply with Leasing Standards ASC 842 and IFRS 16.
This client is one of the world’s top producers of olefins and polyolefins and a leading supplier of aromatics, alpha olefins, styrenics, specialty chemicals, piping, and proprietary plastics.
This eBook provides a step-by-step look at the key elements in the lifecycle of a lease and details how a comprehensive end-to-end administration approach can improve efficiency, save money, reduce risk and assure compliance with new accounting standards.
"The new leases standard will significantly affect lessees and lessors in the real estate industry, including their considerations related to non-lease components, initial direct costs, and accounting for sale- leaseback transactions. In addition, real estate lessors will need to understand the standard’s broader implementation implications for lessees as well as the potential for changes in tenant behaviors."