Accounting refers to a number of tasks that are carried out to give an account of all activities carried out involving money and management of resources by either an individual or an organization. 205 more words
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A business needs a set of well-designed procedures to ensure that its transactions are completed in a uniform manner. Otherwise, a company will experience inefficiencies and an increased incidence of fraud, and will spend an inordinate amount of time correcting transaction errors. 499 more words
As the first decade in the 21st century draws to a close the “CRE3 Forum” offers some insight on trends and changes the corporate real estate industry might anticipate in the coming decade. 1,335 more words
Who says corporate real estate doesn’t deserve more care, attention and a strategic management approach?
For some time now you may have heard CRE consultants and service/technology providers refer to corporate real estate as the “2nd or 3rd largest asset on a company’s balance sheet” to justify the need for value-add advisory services, energy efficiency initiatives or investment in technology. 896 more words
A few weeks ago we made a post referencing a white paper published by PricewaterhouseCoopers about the impact the changes being made to FAS13 lease accounting standards coming into effect January, 2012 will have on corporate real estate. 121 more words
Leased corporate real estate is about to undergo a massive change that will fundamentally shift how real estate is viewed by senior management and challenge CRE professionals to support their organization like never before. 435 more words