Blog by LeaseCalcs

Are you ready for the new lease accounting standards?

By Marc Maiona | September 28, 2017
Are you ready for the new lease accounting standards

Recent surveys from the Big 4 show companies expect implementation of the new lease accounting standards to cost millions and take months, if not more than a year, to complete. LeaseCalcs’ customers are proving them wrong! In eight minutes, you’ll learn how LeaseCalcs’ customers: Negotiate better leases Improve accounting processes Make their corporate real estate, finance and accounting teams more efficient Automate journal entries, all mapped to their ERP system(s) Get real estate and equipment lease functionality in one platform What makes LeaseCalcs so different? LeaseCalcs was developed in response to the challenges brought on by the new standards from the

LeaseCalcs’ game changing upgrade, RE:Port, is now a part of the Broker Edition

By Marc Maiona | September 28, 2017
LeaseCalcs game changing upgrade, REPort, is now a part of the Broker Edition

RE:Port is the new game changing upgrade to LeaseCalcs’ Broker Edition, giving brokers the unique opportunity to add even more value to their clients through our robust, yet intuitive, portfolio-wide financial reporting, analytics, lease accounting and administration tools. RE:Port enables brokers to support clients with smaller lease portfolios with the same tools the “big” tenants use to manage and administer all of their leases, without an additional cost. RE:Port packs powerful portfolio-wide dashboards, analytics and insights, giving brokers a whole new way to collaborate with clients in real time and automatically generates lease abstracts, critical date alerts and even creates

Patent Not Pending!

By Marc Maiona | September 1, 2017
Patent Not Pending

Exciting news from LeaseCalcs: after several years of effort, the US Patent & Trademark Office agreed that one of the original ideas behind LeaseCalcs’ success was so unique we have been awarded a patent — US Patent Number 9,697,572. It all started from the idea you could take the effort and data associated with running a lease analysis, or generating a firm’s lease accounting, or administering leases, and repurpose it to create highly accurate lease comps and benchmarking data. That data could then be aggregated and anonymized across divergent users to deliver unparalleled commercial real estate market insights. Before LeaseCalcs,