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Lease lifecycle automation platforms are a new type of financial solution that manages the full leasing process, improving cash flow and compliance. Managing leases is complex and requires taking a holistic view of leasing from signature to sunset for the lowest cost and risk.

During this educational webinar, Len Neuhaus, CPA, VP of Lease Accounting and Ingemar Lanevi, VP & GM of Global Sourcing Solutions at LeaseAccelerator (and former Corporate Treasurer of NetApp) will discuss the definition of a fully integrated Lease Lifecyle Automation program. Presenters will also share how optimizing the lease lifecycle delivers ongoing compliance, as well as ROI from a lease portfolio at every stage of the leasing lifecycle, from sourcing to accounting and end-of-lease governance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what Lease Lifecycle Automation is and how it differs from Lease Accounting Software
  • How your organization can leverage this type of a Lease Lifecycle Program to move beyond lease accounting compliance and streamline the Competitive Sourcing/Bidding process
  • Identify the financial benefits of automating governance and end of lease management
  • Assess the potential ROI of an effective Lease Lifecycle Automation program
Key Speakers
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    Len Neuhaus
    Len Neuhaus, CPA, is vice president of lease accounting at LeaseAccelerator.
  • Ingemar Lanevi
    Ingemar Lanevi
    VP & GM of Global Sourcing Solutions, LeaseAccelerator
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    Danielle Lee
    Danielle Lee, managing editor of Accounting Today, previously served as technology editor of Accounting Today and editor-in-chief of Prior to that, she held the role of senior editor. Before joining SourceMedia, Danielle covered the emerging corporate responsibility movement for CRO (Corporate Responsibility Officer, now CR) magazine as executive editor and worked for a range of entertainment and lifestyle publications in Los Angeles, including industry trade magazine TelevisionWeek. She holds a bachelor's degree in print journalism and a minor in cinema/television from the University of Southern California.