ProLease adds Mary Anne Boyd to the Account Team

ProLease

Stamford, CT – August 21, 2018 – ProLease announced today that Mary Anne Boyd has joined their team as an Account Director. This marks the fourth new hire this summer for ProLease. Mary Anne has more than 30 years’ experience in the commercial real estate industry working with clients such as iHeartMedia, PwC, USAA, Verizon, Cunningham Lindsey and Cardno Engineering. During her career, she has managed office, retail, industrial, tower and mixed-use leases and has been involved in recognizing over $100 million dollars in Tenant rent mitigation, cost reductions and occupancy cost savings.

Before joining ProLease, Mary Anne was Vice President of Portfolio Administration at Cushman & Wakefield, managing the Lease Administration department. In this position, she oversaw a team of 8 lease analysts providing a full range of portfolio administration. Notable achievements for Mary Anne in this position were launching an existing client’s bill pay account of 1,200 leases with annualized rent spend of $1.8M and lowering clients’ rent and operating expense obligations by $2.8M over a three-year period. She also has experience working as a Senior Real Estate Manager at Medical Realty Services and as a Property Manager at Promus Management and Harbert Realty Services.

At ProLease, Mary Anne will be focused on onboarding and training new customers. She will also play a key role in ongoing account management and customer support, specifically for those implementing ProLease’s lease administration and lease accounting solutions.

 

About ProLease

Founded in 1992, ProLease is a leading SaaS provider of integrated Lease Administration and Lease Accounting software, supporting Real Estate and Equipment leases. Over the past eight years, ProLease has developed comprehensive functionality for its customers to comply with the new FASB-IASB lease accounting guidelines (ASC 842 – IFRS 16). Today, ProLease has over 700 active customers globally, including many Fortune 500 corporations.