Insight Financial Services Launches Latest Version of its Lease Management Software
AUG 19, 2021 - 6:12 am
Insight Financial Services, a division of Insight Investments, launched the latest version of AMOS, its IT asset and lease management software. This solution provides visibility into all aspects of leased assets, including values and metrics for entire IT portfolio values and upcoming maturities.
New features in the latest version include an updated interface, an end-of-lease management module, mass editing capabilities and user administration capabilities. The SOC 1 audited AMOS platform also features improved filtering capabilities, editing capabilities with real-time updates and widgets for better management and reporting.
“Insight Financial Services is committed to providing customers with the best possible IT leasing solutions,” Scott Sullivan, executive vice president of Insight Financial Services, said. “AMOS is invaluable as an all-in-one solution for lease and asset management. We are thrilled to introduce further advancements that will help our customers advance their success through enhanced access, visibility and control of their entire portfolio.”
Available to all Insight Financial Services customers, the AMOS platform stores lease and asset information with an online interface. The dashboard provides a high-level overview of an entire portfolio, including active lease schedules, total monthly rent, upcoming lease maturities and asset breakdowns by manufacturer and equipment type. This platform also allows users to import, track and manage owned assets, external leases and support contracts. System reports include lease runoff, aging, right-of-use and lease liability, and Insight Financial Services added the ability to create customized reports. Moreover, the company created an end-of-lease center to assist users with the management of returns, buyouts and renewals. AMOS can be integrated with other systems through an open API.
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