She will be working closely with the business and client success team to identify, prioritize, and implement these new functionalities based on client feedback. Her expertise will be essential for LeaseQuery clients as they move to adopt the new Lease Accounting Standards.
George Azih, the CEO of LeaseQuery, was quick to praise. “Rachel is a great addition to the team! In the short time she’s been with us, she has provided tremendous value. We look forward to accomplishing great things with her in the future!”
Rachel began her career at Ernst & Young (EY) after graduating from the University of Georgia with a degree in Management Information Systems. She completed an in-depth Business Analysis training program and worked within the IT Services group on the development of multiple internal applications. She gained extensive experience in documenting software requirements, building process flows, performing data analysis, and writing procedural documentation. After two years in that role, Rachel was promoted and transitioned into a client facing role within EY’s Technology Consulting practice working primarily on robotic process automation (RPA).
LeaseQuery looks forward to Rachel’s efforts providing necessary context and analysis for the continued growth of functionalities of their lease accounting software.
LeaseQuery is the first purpose-built lease accounting software built by Accountants for Accountants. LeaseQuery helps organizations across all verticals transition too and report compliantly under the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) newly issued standard topic 842 and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) newly issued standard under IFRS 16. By providing Lease Accountants in addition to their software solution, LeaseQuery ensures their clients transition to these new standards goes as smooth as possible. For more information about LeaseQuery, visit https://leasequery.com or call at 1-800-880-7270.