Tema: Contract control

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Why investors applaud when the CFO uses Complete Control

Order, overview and rock-solid control of costs and future liabilities. This is hard currency for companies looking to build investor confidence. Most often, it is the CFO who takes the lead when a company is trying to convince investors that the business would make an attractive acquisition. CFOs throughout the Nordic region are turning to a Norwegian-developed tool to help them make their case.

7 reasons to care about automatically renewing agreements

One of our clients says they are “hyper-allergic” to agreements that renew automatically. But what exactly is the problem with this kind of agreement? We can see at least seven reasons to care.


How to implement Complete Control as successfully as possible

The Customer Success team at House of Control has helped hundreds of private and public companies to establish a full overview of their contracts and obligations. Here are their tips for how customers can succeed even better in the start-up phase.


This is how Elkjøp Nordic, Sparebanken Vest and Brandsdal use our solution

Read how three major customers benefit greatly from using Complete Control.


Eight reasons why spreadsheets are no good for administering contracts

Do you use spreadsheets to keep track of your company’s key contracts? Not everyone thinks this works particularly well. Here are eight “headaches” we often hear mentioned when we start working with new customers.


Full overview of all agreements in five companies

With its flexible and attractive walls, Modulvegger AS is bringing order to offices all over Norway. Find out how the company brought order to its own “agreement jungle”.


Thus, Sparebanken Vest finds order in chaos

With approx. 500 registered agreements, Complete Care enabled Sparebanken Vest to clear all its internal clutter.


How Elkjøp manages 400 leases

Elkjøp Nordic leases premises for 400 stores throughout the Nordic region, at a cost of NOK 1 billion per year. This is how the group behind Elgiganten and Elkjøp manages its leases.


Add millions to your bottom line – remember the price index!

Many agreements and contracts with a term of 3–5 years or longer contain a clause about annual price adjustments in relation to the price index. 


IFRS 16

New regulation – lease agreements given the same status as investments

From 2016 onward, new IFRS rules mean that lease agreements will be given the same status as investments. This means that future payment liabilities must be recorded as liabilities on the balance sheet, and their utility value must be recorded as assets