Many companies are facing increasing challenges with fixed assets. Intricate rules and regulations around capitalization policies, the complexity of calculating tax depreciation, property tax reporting, and IRS tax law changes make fixed asset depreciation cumbersome. The task of properly accounting for fixed assets and maintaining depreciation systems is often overwhelming and not given the appropriate level of attention needed. GTM is uniquely positioned to provide a full suite of Fixed Asset depreciation services for both book and tax depreciation. Our fixed asset professionals can help remediate and improve your current system, offer advice on best practices, and assist with the selection and implementation of a fixed asset solution for your organization.
Through a comprehensive system analysis, we look at your current procedures around fixed assets and provide detailed recommendations to streamline processes and increase efficiency. We look at what approach (standalone, ERP, hybrid, etc.) will work best within your environment. Aligning data with your approach and preparing it for your system is a key element of our process improvement services.
GTM has the capability and systems in place to fully outsource both your book and tax depreciation operational reporting procedures. If you already have fixed asset software in place, we can work within your system. Our professionals are trained in the latest systems and can help you maintain or update your system. Or gain added cost savings from using our platform. GTM provides a secure online portal designed to easily communicate data and access custom defined reports any time you need them.
Our skilled team combines automation experience and depreciation expertise to assist clients with fixed asset system design, implementation, upgrades, customizations, and maintenance. We perform system check-ups, recommend process improvements, and are available for ongoing help desk support. We work with all of the major platforms including BNA Fixed Assets™, Sage Fixed Assets, Oracle and SAP’s Fixed Asset Modules.