Capital Assets DEFINITION: An accounting term that describes tangible property used in the operation of a business such as buildings, machinery, fixtures, furniture and equipment. It does not include items normally consumed in the course of business operation or production.
Deployment of a fixed asset management provides countless benefits ranging from prevention of overpayment on property tax and insurance, to reducing the risk of non-compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Read this paper to learn about best practices for fixed asset inventory management and tips for implementing a successful inventory process.
Challenges to control fixed assets include lack of accurate physical asset inventories and inadequate tools and resources to adapt to changing tax laws and methods. Read this white paper to learn best practices for managing fixed assets and how control will help you save time and money.
the following article will share the results of SAP research as well as APQC's Open Standards Benchmarking Collaborative (OSBC) research. The OSBC research is the first global set of common standards for business processes and data, giving organizations an independent, authoritative resource for evaluating and improving business practices.
In today's rapidly changing marketplace, small businesses are facing new challenges and competitive pressures. Read this whitepaper to learn how to choose the right vendor to build the solutions that your business needs.
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