Blog posts from June 2017

How Capital Planners Measure Performance (It’s Not with Spreadsheets)

Posted on 06/26/2017

By gathering accurate facility data, the true condition of your facilities portfolio becomes clearer, providing a benchmark to analyze the impact of investing in facility improvements. This benchmark – developed by industry associations – is known as the Facility Condition Index (FCI).

Spreadsheets Lack Functionality Facilities Managers Need

Posted on 06/14/2017

Facilities managers have tools available to them for managing everything from construction and energy to recycling and security. So, it’s surprising that in an age of automated buildings and smart cities that facilities managers are still using spreadsheets.

Best Practices to Prevent Medical Equipment Loss

Posted on 06/08/2017

Hospitals have thousands of pieces of mobile medical equipment. While support staff can’t monitor all this equipment all the time, hospitals can reduce or eliminate equipment from going places it’s not supposed to go.

How Do I Locate My Leases for FASB Compliance?

Posted on 06/06/2017

The balance sheet is growing under the new FASB standard, asking that all leases with terms of more than 12 months are recognized as assets and liabilities. As part of your organization’s transition to the new standard, don’t overlook any departments that may be hanging on to leases of their own.

It’s Time to Assemble Your FASB/IASB Compliance Team

Posted on 06/02/2017

Building out a cross-functional FASB/IASB Compliance Team is one of the first and most important steps, you will need to identify both a project manager who will be accountable for the overall execution of the project, and select a decision-maker to approve the changes and investments you’ll make.

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