SAN DIEGO, CA — August 19th, 2019 — GoFormz (www.goformz.com) the leading mobile forms and data capture platform, today announced the appointment of Eric Bezar to its Board of Directors. Eric has an impressive background in enterprise software. He most recently was Vice President of Products and Technology for Veeva Systems, and Vice President of Product Management for Salesforce. Eric played a pivotal role in the development of Salesforce products, and was instrumental in the growth of salesforce.com from a single-product to a multi-product platform.
“We are thrilled to welcome Eric to our Board of Directors,” said Rob Brewster, CEO of GoFormz. “Eric’s guidance and participation as an advisor to our company over the past year has been an invaluable asset. This is an exciting chapter for GoFormz, and Eric’s incredible leadership and enterprise software experience at a board level will help us to continue to innovate and grow our global business.”
“The GoFormz platform has been transformative for thousands of businesses, across every industry,” said Bezar. “There is no limit to what GoFormz can help businesses achieve, especially considering the momentous need for digital tools within traditionally manual workplaces.”
Eric joins Matt Holleran of Cloud Apps Capital Partners, and Lesley Young, Chief Revenue Officer of Narvar. Prior to joining Narvar, Lesley was Head of Global Sales & Customer Success at Workplace by Facebook.
GoFormz is the leading digital forms solution for businesses of any size and industry to digitize their forms and related processes, resulting in significant savings and more productive operations. GoFormz’s Cloud-based platform allows users to create, customize, and manage digital forms. These forms can capture information, automate workflows, and improve business workstreams. Users can create electronic versions of their existing paper forms and documents making it easier to gather and analyze data digitally. GoFormz is backed by leading venture capital firms, including Cloud Apps Capital Partners, Glynn Capital, and Shasta Ventures.