University of the West of Scotland implements a centralised fixed asset accounting and tracking solution from Real Asset Management to satisfy audit requirementsWednesday, 07 October 2015
University of the The West of Scotland (UWS) has recently gone live with a University-wide implementation of Real Asset Management’s (RAM) specialist asset management software.
Shropshire Rural Housing Association successfully meets FRS 102 audit requirements with expert assistance from Real Asset ManagementWednesday, 23 September 2015
As a long standing user of Real Asset Management’s (RAM) component accounting software, Shropshire Rural Housing Association (SRHA) has most recently turned to its supplier for assistance with the transition to FRS 102. With limited resources available to the association, it was crucial to enlist RAM’s services in order to ensure a timely and smooth conversion to meet the latest audit requirements.
CHS Group has been using Real Asset Management’s (RAM) component accounting software to manage its £210 million asset base since 2011. Eager to upgrade from its previous spreadsheet based system when component accounting was first introduced, CHS Group recognised that the sheer volume of data resulting from the componentisation of its assets would be too difficult and arduous to manage.
Thames Valley Housing Association is making a smooth transition to FRS 102 with component accounting solutionThursday, 13 August 2015
Thames Valley Housing Association (TVHA), a medium sized organisation based in Twickenham, South West London, has been using Real Asset Management’s component accounting software since 2007 to control and manage its asset base, worth £565 million
CBL selects Real Asset Management's Fixed Asset Software to streamline the accounting for it's £18 million asset baseThursday, 06 August 2015
CBL has confirmed the selection of Real Asset Management’s (RAM) proven fixed asset solution to control and manage its 5,000 assets, ranging from high value items of plant to smaller and lower value building and equipment lines. The new system, which is due to go live at the end of August, will replace its current spreadsheet based process in order to enable greater efficiency and significant time savings over the current processes.
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