ROV Lease vs Buy
ROV Lease vs Buy runs lease versus buy analysis, compares capital and operating leases with interest payments and tax advantages, values lease contracts from the point of view of the lessee and lessor, and generates complete cash flows to compute the net advantages to leasing vs buying under risky and uncertain environments.
ROV Lease versus Buy is a technology provided by OSL Risk Management in a joint venture with Real Options Valuation Inc. ROV Lease versus Buy connected to Project Economics Analysis Tool (PEAT) to run a lease versus buy analysis. It allows users comparing capital and operating leases with interest payments and tax advantages, valuing lease contracts from the point of view of the lessee and lessor, and generate the complete cash flow analysis to obtain the net advantage to leasing solution in a comprehensive Integrated Risk Management analysis framework.
- Windows 7, 8, or 10 (32 and 64 bits)
- Microsoft .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 or later
- Excel 2013, 2016, or later is recommended for report extraction but required
- 350MB Hard Drive space
- Administrative Rights to install software
- MAC OS users can run the software as long as they have Bootcamp, Virtual Machine, or Parallels
Make sure that you have administrative rights to install the software, and that your system requirements match or exceed those required in Item 1 above. In addition, make sure you have .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 or later already installed on your computer. Then, simply download the trial or full version of the software, double click on the exe file, and follow the instructions. Make sure to first uninstall any older versions of Risk Simulator before attempting to install a new version.
In WIN7 and Vista, users have the option to change the screen resolutions by “zooming in/out” and not just using a regular resolution change. When changing resolutions the regular approach (e.g., changing from 1280 x 800 to 1080 x 680) will not affect ROV software look and feel. However, using the zoom function does mess up some visuals (this is true of all software out there, and Windows actually even provides a warning message explaining this). The first two figures illustrate some effects of this zoom view.
Solution: Click on Start > Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display and you see the user interface (see the third figure below). Change the view back to “Smaller 100% (Default)” then log-off and log-on to take effect and the RS/SLS software will display normally and correctly.