Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS FT invests in RAM’s fixed asset register to create a single asset view across its Finance, Medical Electronics and Estates departmentsFriday, 19 June 2015
In an increasingly litigious environment, the NHS is looking hard at its asset estate and working to improve its planned proactive and reactive maintenance activity to minimise risk. Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust has invested in Real Asset Management's fixed asset register to create a single asset view across its Finance, Medical Electronics and Estates departments.
Sharp’s Brewery has selected Real Asset Management to help improve the accuracy of its asset register and reduce the time needed to reconcile accounts.
Bishop Grosseteste University has chosen Real Asset Management (“RAM”) to help improve the way it manages its assets base as well as how it reports on its fixed assets for auditing purposes. RAM’s software will enable the University to record both capitalised and non-capitalised assets in one centralised system, improving efficiency and its capabilities for meeting financial reporting regulations.
RAM’s software will enable the council to improve the speed and accuracy of entries to its asset register and easily produce accounting reports that comply with the latest CIPFA Code of Practice.
RAM helps Wealden District Council to comply with IFRS, CIPFA code of practice and new audit regulationsWednesday, 01 April 2015
Council improves efficiency with RAM’s Capital Accounting software
Wealden District Council has selected Real Asset Management (RAM) to help better maintain detailed asset records so that they are audit and IFRS compliant. RAM’s software will also assist the Council in working towards faster financial closedown, which it needs to do by 2017/2018 when new audit regulations come into force. This will require draft accounts to be published a month earlier and audited accounts two months earlier than they currently are.
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