Visual Lease was started in 1995, and from its inception, the company has been solving lease management problems and evolving the platform’s technology to meet changing customer needs. The passion, adaptability and competency of the Visual Lease team has resulted in a platform that’s always current and continues to deliver the industry’s most comprehensive lease management tool.
Today, Visual Lease combines lease administration and lease accounting with consultative insights and technical expertise _ bringing depth of functionality and simplicity together in one intuitive platform. It streamlines the process of gathering, interpreting and reporting on lease data, to make lease management more efficient, consistent and precise.
The Visual Lease platform adapts to customer needs and integrates with existing ERP and financial systems, as well as with hundreds of third-party applications, for added flexibility and ease of use. Rapid implementation, professional services and training support from the Visual Lease team ensure that the cloud-based solution is up and running quickly, for a rapid ROI.
Moving forward, the platform will continue to evolve, driven by the community of Visual Lease customers and partners, their feedback and their needs. The result is a company that is laser-focused on delivering a user-friendly experience, providing responsive customer service and making the customers’ job easier.
When FASB and IASB first announced the lease accounting standards ASC 842 and IFRS 16, respectively, companies scrambled to pull together their lease data and implement procedures and tools to generate the required disclosures.
Did you rush to meet lease accounting requirements (ASC 842, IFRS 16) in time for the compliance deadline? You’re not alone.
This e-Book from Visual Lease and Compliance Week reveals how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted corporate leases.
In this webinar panel discussion, we will share striking results from a recent COVID-19 lease impact survey and key insight into how companies’ real estate and equipment leases were impacted by shutdowns and stay-at-home orders.
The new lease accounting standards – ASC 842, IFRS 16 and GASB 87 – impact companies of all sizes and industries.
Choosing the wrong solution for your lease accounting needs has huge implications for your business, including risking inaccurate lease financials. You’ll want to select a comprehensive solution to manage your leases, and our Buyer’s Guide can help you do just that.
New deadlines for the lease accounting standard have given companies more time to overcome implementation and adoption challenges.
The long-term impact of the new lease accounting compliance standards has yet to be seen, but the implementation issues facing many entities have become increasingly evident.