SAN DIEGO — April 2, 2018 — GoFormz (www.goformz.com) the leading mobile forms and data capture platform, today announced the addition of Eric Bezar to the company’s advisory board.
Eric brings decades of software and technology experience, including Vice President of Product Management for Salesforce and Vice President of Products and Technology for Veeva Systems.
GoFormz empowers businesses to replace their paper forms with digital versions that boost productivity, increase data-capture accuracy and streamline operations. The Cloud-based platform significantly reduces administrative processing times and digitally transforms paper-based workflows.
“We are thrilled to have Eric join the GoFormz team as an advisor,” said Rob Brewster, CEO of GoFormz. “He not only brings valuable experience, but also a keen eye for digital innovation and product management.”
“With a proven product and an established global customer base, I am excited about what the folks at GoFormz have accomplished thus far. They are well positioned to capitalize on a massive market opportunity,” said Eric Bezar. “I look forward to helping Goformz become the de facto digital transformation solution for large enterprises."
Bezar’s appointment closely follows the addition of John Glynn and John Fogelsong, both of Glynn Capital, as GoFormz Board Observers.
GoFormz provides a mobile forms and reporting solution that organizations use to replace their paper forms and PDFs, resulting in more accurate data, streamlined workflows, and comprehensive reports that drive agile business decisions. The GoFormz platform is digitally transforming 3,000 paying companies into data-driven organizations that efficiently capture more accurate information for their mission-critical workflows and applications. GoFormz is helping businesses of any type, size, or industry across more than 150 countries eliminate paper forms, unlock business data, and dramatically improve how they work. GoFormz is backed by leading venture capital firms including Cloud Apps Capital Partners, Glynn Capital, and Shasta Ventures.