ALS Resolvion is trying to make collaboration within the skip-tracing and repossession worlds a little easier to be done online.
The recovery management firm this week announced a transition of its popular community forum, Lenders Repossession Best Practices, from one operating on social media platform to a site that lives within ALS Resolvion’s website.
The forum is a private community limited to individuals involved in collateral recovery issues at banks, finance companies, captives, credit unions and other firms originating or buying loans. Previously an exclusive LinkedIn Group with limited functionality, the platform transition now offers approved members full forum advantages.
Some of these benefits include member gamification, easy forum responses via email, post notifications and access to network with more than 200 auto finance executives.
ALS Resolvion hopes that the platform transition will continue to spark conversations throughout the year among the financing community.
“Lenders Repossession Best Practices forum is another resource that we felt was necessary to the industry but we had to ensure it also provided all the benefits of a forum,” ALS Resolvion chief executive officer Michael Levison said in a news release.
“Our goal behind the initiative was to provide a way for lenders to network and communicate outside of industry events and we think that the forum transition will be a critical element to making that happen,” Levison went on to say.
For more information about ALS Resolvion’s community forum, Lenders Repossession Best Practices, or to register as a member, go to this website.