Forms On Fire est une solution basée sur le cloud pour créer et distribuer des formulaires mobiles personnalisés, conçus pour les entreprises qui ont besoin d'informations sur le terrain, notamment le bâtiment, l'agriculture, la gestion des interventions, la sécurité alimentaire, la fabrication, le transport, l'immobilier, la gestion de la propriété, les services publics et le secteur du pétrole et du gaz. Forms On Fire est accessible via un navigateur web ou ses applications natives pour Android et iOS.
Forms On Fire permet aux utilisateurs de sélectionner parmi une bibliothèque de plus de 140 formulaires préexistants ou de produire leurs propres formulaires personnalisés à l'aide du concepteur de formulaires par glisser-déposer. Les formulaires peuvent être conçus pour s'aligner sur des formulaires existants créés dans Word ou Excel et incluent des données enrichies permettant l'utilisation et la capture d'images, de vidéos, d'audio, d'annotations d'images, de codes-barres, de communication en champ proche (NFC) et de signatures, d'emplacements GPS, cartographie et plus encore. Les formulaires mobiles peuvent fonctionner à la fois en ligne et hors ligne, avec des données mises en cache localement sur l'appareil mobile jusqu'à ce qu'une connexion réseau soit trouvée, ce qui déclenche la synchronisation avec les serveurs cloud et les bases de données utilisateur.
Forms On Fire peut envoyer automatiquement des formulaires aux utilisateurs distants et envoyer des notifications au bureau par e-mail, avec la possibilité d'envoyer des e-mails instantanément, après un délai ou selon les conditions spécifiées par l'utilisateur. Les mises en page de l'e-mail peuvent être personnalisées et les champs de formulaire peuvent être utilisés pour le corps de l'e-mail, les pièces jointes et les noms de fichiers. Plusieurs types de fichiers peuvent être joints, notamment PDF, TXT, CSV, DOCX et XLSX.
Very pleased with the ease of developing our forms, distributing, updating, and collecting the uploaded data . The drag and drop interface for forms is outstanding and the help files make it easy to develop any workflow you can imagine, very powerful!
Our team especially liked the openness of the software programming interface, the associated help files, and the superb customer support whenever we had a question. We knew going in that we would have some "special tasks" we would need to implement and Forms On Fire appeared to have the best programming system in place to easily make that happen using our own personnel and not requiring the software company to handle everything at additional cost. The system is so easy it just doesn't require that much support, but if you need it, they are there to help!
I think the website interface could use a few minor improvements like having data view columns maintain their positions between sessions or refreshes, and perhaps a little more development on the dashboard, although we'll probably develop our own that most of the vendors for this type of software simply don't offer.
Ability to gather info from guys in the field and turn it into nice-looking reports for customers and actionable knowledge for the office.
When my business needed a form built and I was tired of waiting for programmers to build stuff for us that cost a lot of money and our time trying to explain to them what we needed, then wasn't quite right because they still don't really understand our business, I decided to build one myself. I then spent a lot of time looking at different products, and most of the ones that had the core functionality I needed (the ability to automatically create PDFs) were either too annoyingly simple and couldn't make the calculations I needed or they were so complex I would have to learn a lot of programming. Thank goodness I found Forms on Fire! It's the perfect middle ground that lets me do amazing things with a little work and playing around but takes care of the basics in the background.
They have a knowledge base that is great for getting started, but often doesn't show enough examples for me to quickly understand how to make their more advanced features work. And sometimes they go ahead and release new features (yay!) without fully debugging or writing up how to use or the bugs they've already found and are working on.
Hi Joanna, we appreciate your kind words and we now have a process in place for adding examples to our knowledge base, which occurs every week!
FoF allowed us to create custom inspection forms to match exactly what we needed without any superfluous junk that would just get in the way. Other platforms we looked at required us to use pre-existing templates that would make us either have to ignore or fill out stuff we didn't care about, while FoF allowed us to make custom inspection forms for every aspect of the business for easy tracking/sorting/recording of in-field data that's vital to our business.
It allows anyone to customize inspection forms for literally any industry and/or location at an affordable price. Get just what you want, nothing more, nothing less. One-size-fits-all doesn't actually fit anyone; this software fits YOU like a bespoke suit from Lloyd's of London.
The interface to make your own forms isn't 100% intuitive, though the amount of time needed to learn is very short and you can be up and running in less than an hour. Subsequent customization of forms is really easy.
Thank you Robert, we appreciate the kind words and glad you have joined our movement!
I'm a CODiE Award judge and have seen a ton of product. Forms On Fire are clearly mobile experts and have built a product that solves a core problem: how to create forms that make everyone's life easier - starting with yours!
(No need to hire an army of SW developers who'll take months, only to add so much complexity that end-users won't use them.)
In my opinion, here are some best use cases:
Marketing & Finance Execs have 100's of new projects requiring input from multiple key stakeholders, critical dependencies and conflicting deadlines (activations, email campaigns, events, trade shows, surveys, new product launches, press releases, content updates etc..). Collaboration meetings are endless, the teams out straight and deadlines are near. The last thing anyone wants to do is fill out a form - unless you can make one that's easy and adds to their productivity, rather than subtracts.
Formsonfire let's you create a form for repeatable tasks that you can also pre-set to be sent to the parties you choose to, at the schedule you need.
Its intuitive design, the fanatically customer-centric support team and library of visual tutorials, ensure the form you envisioned is exactly what you get. Only you know how your key stakeholders' world works. You can make it easy for them, and they'll make life easier for you.
In today's gig economy, (Lyft, Uber, Instacart, Postmates, Jobble etc.),HR onboards 100's or staff, quickly and accurately. Formsonfire's the answer!
I was able to get started without contacting them for any help. But more tutorials are always welcome.
Thanks again for your kind words Jackie, and if you want to get another product tour to see what is coming down the road, sign up at our web site.
I run a small business and needed a form built. I had looked at other places but most required you to pay them to build a form and were easily over $2,000. A reason I was attracted to Forms on Fire was they provide DIY templates which can be customized. Before trying to build it myself, I enquired about them building my form. Their estimate came back at the price for an 8 hour retainer(Quite Hefty). At hearing that, I Reckon as long as it doesn't take me 80 hours to build it on my own ill be doing ok. I am not a computer savvy person, I didn't know what many of the names of certain features meant. At the time I thought maybe for a person who's used to building forms with binary code or something crazy this may be an "easy" DIY form builder. For a person off the street however, I think it would be very confusing. If it were not for Learning about a free tech support session with one of their staff, I think I would still be banging my head on my desk. I jumped at the chance to get some insight into this brave new world I had entered. I was astoundingly fortunate to have spent the session with Megan who was absolutely delighted to show me through the form and explain the terminology(FYI they have since put together a bunch of youtube video tutorials). After that amazingly helpful session, I then proceeded to build my entire form for the next three hours( it really is easy once you know what the terminology is). The form has since taken maybe another hour to tweak and add some things to make it perfect. All told from beginning to end it has taken five hours(75 hours ahead of schedule...SAVINGS!). Once I was guided through, it actually became fun. I'm so happy with how it turned out, and it has given me a huge advantage over the competition. I would highly recommend watching the videos, taking the support session(I hope you get to spend the session with megan she is a wonderful guide) and build it yourself. The feeling of accomplishment and knowing its built to your exact specifications, saving money but more importantly time is priceless. cheers!!
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Forms On Fire.
Types de licences disponibles pour Forms On Fire :
À partir de: 24,00 $US/mois
Type de licence: Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Forms On Fire :
Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Non Profit, Administration publique, PME
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Appareils pris en charge par Forms On Fire :
Android, iPhone, iPad
Applications s'intégrant à Forms On Fire :
Amazon EC2, Box, Dropbox, GeoOp, Membrain, Microsoft Azure, Okta, QuickBooks Online, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Twilio Communications Cloud
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Forms On Fire :
FAQ, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Support téléphonique, Tutoriels vidéo