asset management

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asset management

(business)
The process whereby a large organisation collects and maintains a comprehensive list of the items it owns such as hardware and software. This data is used in connection with the financial aspects of ownership such as calculating the total cost of ownership, depreciation, licensing, maintenance, and insurance.
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Integration to the EquipmentOne marketplace enables customers to sell surplus assets directly from AssetWorks' Surplus Management Software
Depending on the extent of the Issue, the use of surplus management expenses to
The food will be reprocessed by Irish firm Food Surplus Management at its plant in Trim, Co Meath.
Overall, the goal is to create a professional business community that can have more positive bottom-line impact for all members involved in surplus management and disposition.
Since mutuals have no separately traded equity, accounting numbers are a critical input in this valuation, incentives for surplus management vary across firms; the strongest evidence of surplus management is observed among firms where the mutual's executives become the firm's principal stockholders following conversion.
Stoddart expressed fear of inappropriate action: "Some of the surplus management suggestions.
They will focus on creating innovative structures and solutions to pension plan financing, cash flow hedging, deficit repair, structured returns and surplus management.
at the Arizona Department of Administration Surplus Management Facility located at 1537 W.
the Enlarged Company should be able to set off the surplus management and
The previous section provides theoretical models for an insurance company's surplus management.
The online auction is just one of the many surplus management solutions ILS has designed to help our customers manage inventory and increase profitability," said Bruce Langsen, president of ILS.
Solutions include custom-engineered assets, asset remanufacturing and surplus management of critical electronic, hydraulic and precision mechanical components.