What is Best for Your Fleet Take a data-driven approach to evaluate how leasing or purchasing your fleet vehicles will affect cash flow and your balance sheet
Now more than ever before there are a multiple ways to finance the fleet your organization needs to get business done. From leasing to financing to purchasing the vehicles outright, each method has a different effect on a company’s cash flow and balance sheet. Add to the mix the new accounting standards that will go into effect as early as December 2018 for public companies, and the decision of what to do becomes even more complicated. But it doesn’t have to be.
Join ARI’s Director of Global Treasury Jesse Mann as he shares his insights on the lease versus purchase decision and what factors should be a part of your process so you can ensure your fleet stays on the road and delivers the most value to your organization as possible as a revenue generating asset.
- Understand the difference between leasing, financing and purchasing and the impact that each can have on your organization’s fiscal outlook, cash flow and balance sheet.
- Discuss the considerations that go into a lease versus purchase analysis; discover what commonly held beliefs around leasing are actually myths
- Learn how the coming changes to the accounting standards may affect your organization and its operations.