How To Evaluate And Choose Lease Management Software

Post written by Tyler Traudt, Co-Founder and CEO of DebtBook. Published by Forbes on November 17, 2021.

It's no secret that technology-driven change has been affecting practically every industry to some degree. For finance teams continually being asked to do more with less, it’s becoming increasingly necessary to find better tools that are tailored to address their specific challenges.

And now with the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) pushing out new standards, finance teams must also navigate the complexities and requirements of that guidance. The good news is that technology can enable organizations to operate more efficiently, collaborate more effectively and make more informed decisions, as well as become and stay compliant with new lease accounting standards. The caveat? The success of your technology initiative can come down to choosing the right solution for your organization and your specific use cases.

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Tyler Traudt
Founder & CEO
Tyler began his career in the Public Finance Investment Banking group at Citigroup in New York before becoming a financial advisor at a top 10-ranked firm in the Southeast. He served as financial advisor for finance teams in local government, higher education, and healthcare for nearly eight years before founding DebtBook to bring modern software to debt and lease management.
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