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Rolling Out zlien: Communicating the Benefits

Best practices for securing lien rights as a material supplier or equipment lessor

Posted by Sarah Toulmin

9/25/17 4:36 PM

Material and equipment suppliers on construction projects face unique challenges in preserving and enforcing lien rights, as construction lawyer and zlien CEO Scott Wolfe highlighted recently on our blog: Top 4 Mechanics Lien Law Challenges for Material Suppliers and Materialmen

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Topics: Best Practices, preliminary notices

What zlien's most successful customers are NOT doing: Don't let this be you!

Posted by Gretchen Lynn

9/25/17 12:25 PM


If you've been a zlien customer for a while, then you've likely heard me or your account manager tell you that it's our job to help you get the most value out of zlien, be more successful at your job and have the absolute best experience.  We've seen numerous success stories come through the door, and it's really exciting when a customer reaches that WOW moment of success.  On the flip side, we see a handful of folks who are almost fighting success.  Bad habits can prevent you from seeing the true value of your zlien account.  

In this article, we'll cover what zlien's most successful customers are NOT doing and how you can avoid these bad habits.  Don't let this be you - let's get you on track to be the next zlien success story!

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Topics: client success, Best Practices, jobsight, preliminary notices

Send Those Prelims. Contractors Understand.

Posted by Ted Rectanus

9/12/17 11:59 AM

Taking steps to protect one's interests is status quo in the business world. Who hasn’t protected a big financial purchase with a warranty? Who hasn’t had some sort of insurance measure in place in case of emergency? The same mindset is held among most general contractors and property owners when they receive preliminary notices from their subs and supplies when they begin a project.  

Trust me, if you send those prelims, contractors will understand.  In this article, we'll help you understand why!

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Topics: Best Practices, preliminary notices