The webinars aim to educate professionals about the nuances of these plans, and tools like mechanics lien rights that can make the difference between getting paid and not.
New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
zlien, the nation's leading platform for mechanics lien and bond claim compliance management, conducts webinars weekly on construction credit and financial security topics, and today announces its schedule of webinars for November 2013 (and going into December 2013).
The webinars analyze credit and collection challenges unique to credit professionals in the construction industry. Each webinar focuses on a single topic and lasts 15 minutes, taking place on Wednesday of each week. The webinars are conducted by experiened credit and mechanics lien experts, and attorneys, including zlien's CEO, Scott Wolfe.
"Credit professionals in the construction and building supply industries are uniquely challenged by the realities of the industry," says Wolfe. "Educating credit managers and credit professionals on all the tools out there to help their bottom line is a top priority for our organization."
It is free to register for the webinars which were created with busy professionals in mind.
“We’re very sensitive to people’s schedule and understand these things can become boring,” says Wolfe. Each webinar presentation is just 15 minutes long, focusing on one high level topic at a time. After the presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
The webinars are conducted every Wednesday afternoon at 1pm CDT during the month of October. Register for any of the webinars here: zlien Webinars
The webinar topics for November 2013 include:
Shifting Financial Risk - Take Your Company's Neck Off The Line, Nov 6th
In the construciton industry, property owners and general contractors try to shift the risk of non-payment or financial hardship down the contracting lien to subs and suppliers. Laws are in place, however, protecting these parties and enabling them to fight back.
Common Lien Mistakes, Nov 13th
The mechanics lien and bond claim laws are very complicated and nuanced. This leads to mistakes. This webinar focuses on the most common mistakes to help you avoid them, and get paid.
Preliminary Notices As The Secret Sauce In Your Credit Department, Nov 20th
Many credit professionals consider the preliminary notice to be the secret sauce for the success of their credit departments. Why? There are reasons for this in addition to the fact that these notices preserve your lien and bond claim rights.
Joint Check Agreement Mistakes That Can Cost You Thousands, Nov 27
The joint check agreement is wildly popular in the industry, but it actually lacks any defined rules. You may not realize this, and you may not realize how easy it is to make a mistake that can put you in a terrible legal position.
Navigating the Financial Risks of a Rebound Economy, Dec 4th
A rebounding economy and construction market can be a terrific thing, but research suggests that it is financially dangerous. Now that things are getting better in the market, make sure you pay attention to your business, or things can get much worse.
“It’s critical for companies to have some kind of larger credit policy and financial risk mitigation plan. The webinars aim to educate professionals about the nuances of these plans, and tools like mechanics lien rights that can make the difference between getting paid and not,” Wolfe says.
A licensed attorney in six states, Wolfe advises enterprise sized construction and building supply companies about credit risk and lien compliance. He is a contributing author at The Lien and Credit Journal, Credit Today, Construction Executives Risk Management and the Funding Gates blog.
zlien provides software and services to help building supply and construction companies reduce its credit risk and default receivables through the management of mechanics lien and bond claim compliance. Founded by experienced construction attorneys, zlien is the leading publisher of mechanics lien and bond claim resources and analysis, and has led the industry in innovating credit risk management solutions by utilizing the lien and bond claim laws. Learn more at http://www.zlien.com