Apportioned registrations – what are they and why should it matter to a lender?

Written by Robb Zurek
Date October 2017

Have you found titling a truck or other vehicle to be daunting when it comes to multi-jurisdictions?   Learn about IRP registrations, and why it is important to properly register vehicles across multi-jurisdictions.

 

With Lien Management, You Have to Ask Some Questions

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Can’t decide between in-house lien management/lien perfection program or using an outside vendor?

 

What a Workflow Analysis Can Teach You About Your Business

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Learn what a proper lending workflow analysis can show you where your company’s process has become too complicated and veered off the road into potential trouble. It can show you how to simplify your workflow and eliminate costly and inefficient steps that hamper, not help, your productivity.

 

Motor Vehicle Title News

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Motor vehicle title processing is a dynamic and ever changing environment. Read about recent administrative updates in Nevada and South Carolina.

 

Lean on Me

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Wolters Kluwer’s Lien Solutions recognition of Customer Service Week continues with a story about how our customers can “Lean on Me” when they need to secure their assets.

 

Three Steps to a Best-in-Class Customer Service Team

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Wolters Kluwer’s Lien Solutions recognition of Customer Service Week continues with a story about strong communication:  The most successful organizations go to great lengths to ensure that the right tools, training and workplace environment are in place to create a communicative and collaborative customer service team.

 

Customer Service Week: Building Trust by Creating True Customer Advocates

Written by Robb Zurek
Date October 2017

Wolters Kluwer’s Lien Solutions recognition of Customer Service Week continues with a story about building trust by creating true customer advocates:

A customer advisory board is a valuable strategic tool. As a direct link to the voice of the customer, Lien Solutions’ Customer Advisory Board provides a unique opportunity to hear customers candidly discuss a range of issues. Best of all, this exchange builds trust and confidence that the organization is committed and focused on the customer’s business interests, and most importantly, that the customer is being heard.

 

Hurricane Harvey hits the Gulf Region and Puts the Business Continuity Plan Put to the Test

Written by Lien Solutions
Date October 2017

Business continuity planning is one of the most critical components of any recovery strategy. Even when disaster strikes, our customers can rely on Lien Solutions to be there for them when they need us. Whether it’s responding to calls and emails or safeguarding their confidential data, our business continuity and disaster recovery planning enables us to provide continuous, uninterrupted support.

 

Debtor and UCC Monitoring

Written by Lien Solutions
Date September 2017

Don’t just take it from us, here is what one of our customers had to say about monitoring:

The monitoring has provided information on the entity status and that has been helpful. It allows us to contact the customer right away and have the issue corrected.  We’ve also had several alerts of name changes recently that clients had not notified us about and knowing when it happens gives us ample time to amend our UCC’s.”

 

Lease or Security Interest?

Written by Chris Altenbach
Date September 2017

It is imperative when signing contracts to be explicit in your agreement before a contract is assigned.   Learn what happened when a contract had ambiguity between the two parties. In this Chapter 11 action, the court was tasked with determining whether a contract constitutes a true lease or security interest. Ford Motor Credit Company, LLC (“Ford”) brought motions for relief from stay to exercise its rights against trucks that are the subject of a master lease agreement with the debtor, Lasting Impressions Landscape Contractors, Inc. (“Debtor”).