Customer’s Accounting for Implementation Costs

    Dates: Apr 17, 2018
  • Location: Webcast

Customer’s Accounting for Implementation Costs Incurred in a Cloud Computing Arrangement That is a Service Contract

Proposed ASU

April 17, 2018
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET

At No Cost

Please join us on April 17, 2018 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM (EST), when EITF Member Tony Sondhi, (author, instructor and one of the preeminent experts in the fields of revenue recognition and financial reporting risks), conducts our April 2018 webcast on critical issues you need to know to better use the proposed financial reporting guidance on a customer’s accounting for implementation costs in service contracts. You will learn about the following critical issues (among others) in this webcast:

  • Implementation Costs – which activities are included
  • Capitalization and Amortization issues, and,
  • Disclosures.


This webcast is critical for those managers responsible for, and all team members participating in financial reporting at their firms, and the members of the financial reporting and investor relations team in your company. Staff accountants, internal and external auditors, financial reporting managers, controllers, CFOs, and financial analysts responsible for financial reporting, presentation, and analysis of issues at their companies as well as all users of financial statements will find this webcast useful.


This webcast is designed to help you better understand the proposed technical corrections and improvements. Upon completing this webcast, you will:

  1. Learn about critical financial reporting effects of the proposed ASU,
  2. Improve your understanding of the issues and financial reporting risks, and
  3. Receive information about the key implications for service contracts
  4. Understand potential implications for your firm.

 Given the introductory nature of this webcast, there are no prerequisites to attending this webcast.  1 CPE Hour.  

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