zipLogix Renews Partnership With Maine Association of REALTORS(R)
FRASER, Mich., Nov 9, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) --
zipLogix, creator of zipForm(R), the real estate industry's leading contract software, announced the renewal of its partnership with the Maine Association of REALTORS(R) (MAR). This agreement enables MAR to continue providing its more than 3,900 members with access to the enhanced zipForm 6 Professional electronic forms software. zipForm is the recognized real estate software technology leader, utilized by more real estate agents and brokers than any other solution across the industry.
The Maine Association of REALTORS(R) is providing their members with a suite of products from zipLogix. The member benefits available are zipForm 6 Professional, zipForm Mobile Web Edition and zipVault(R) document storage. By expanding the current relationship to include additional products from zipLogix, MAR is providing a portfolio of solutions designed to help its members succeed.
"Assisting our members by providing necessary tools has been an initiative for the Maine Association of REALTORS(R). We have provided our members with zipForm and the benefits have been obvious," stated Tina B Lucas, ABR, the Maine Association of REALTORS(R) President. "Our latest agreement with zipLogix expands the tools available to our members. The exciting additions include zipForm Mobile freeing our members from their office. This powerful mobile software is on the leading edge of real estate technology available today."
zipForm 6 is the essential tool for every real estate professional, simplifying the real estate contract process and decreasing unnecessary data input. Having the most up-to-date forms is vital and with zipForm 6 associations nationwide easily deliver them online to all of their members. MAR has recognized this advantage and provides zipForm 6 Professional (online version) to its members. This essential solution combined with zipForm Mobile and zipVault offers unprecedented customer service and convenience.
zipForm Mobile Web Edition, the companion software to zipForm 6 Professional (online) offers access to forms software on mobile devices with a data connection. Users have access to create or modify transactions on the Apple(R) iPad(R), iPhone(R), BlackBerry(R), and Android(TM) devices. Compatibility with a wide array of devices offers unprecedented versatility for all mobile real estate professionals.
In addition to the aforementioned products, the Maine Association of REALTORS(R) is also providing zipVault Document Storage, which allows users to securely store transaction files created with zipForm 6 or other programs. This solution is a reliable and user-friendly tool that includes the documents necessary for a transaction and stores them within zipForm 6 Professional.
With extensive knowledge of the way real estate professionals do business, zipLogix continuously develops and enhances its suite of tools for the real estate industry. For more information on solutions for today's real estate industry or to discuss association partnership opportunities, contact Wendy Waldrep at 888-318-2660 X130.
The zipLogix family of tech-savvy products is the recognized industry standard for electronic real estate forms and transaction management system that are currently used by more real estate professionals than any other real estate software program. zipForm(R) is the exclusive and official forms software of the National Association of REALTORS(R). zipLogix also offers relay(R), the web-based transaction management system. zipLogix provides transaction solutions to real estate professionals that enhance the value of services they deliver to their clients while improving productivity and efficiency.
zipLogix a subsidiary of Real Estate Business Services, Inc. (REBS) and is a joint venture between REBS and the National Association of REALTORS(R).
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