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Update: How Gartner Is Treating Revenue Recognition Legislation in Its 2018 Vendor Revenue Estimates

Published: 17 April 2019

ID: G00390138

Analyst(s): Colleen Graham, Dean Blackmore

Summary

Gartner’s policy supports financial revenue recognition standards and ensures all providers are treated as equitably as possible in its vendor revenue reporting. ASC 606 (FASB)/IFRS 15 (IASB) revenue recognition standards became mandatory on 1 January 2018. Read this document for further details.

Table Of Contents

Gartner Policy on Handling Revenue Recognition Legislation in Our 2018 Vendor Revenue Estimates

  • What We Are Doing
  • Why We Are Taking This Approach

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