GoFormz, the only company committed to making everyone successful with mobile forms, today announced a new integration with Box. Joint customers already use GoFormz Mobile Forms and Reporting and Box to eliminate paper both in the office and out in the field. Customers love using GoFormz to capture data electronically from mobile forms that look just like their paper forms and store them in Box for easy collaboration.
The new integration extends the value for joint customers by leveraging Box’s new metadata capability. The new metadata API integration with GoFormz now makes it possible to:
This means customers can quickly file, organize and search for files in Box based on anything they capture or itemize on a GoFormz mobile form. Some examples of metadata fields on a form include customer names and numbers, product or partner names and numbers, service order types, issue categories, work completion dates, contract values, etc. An administrator can configure a form to automatically generate metadata every time a user completes it.
The new metadata API integration between GoFormz and Box makes it even easier for users to organize and find the data they capture electronically. Together we’re taking mobile collaboration to the next level.
Box will demonstrate its metadata API integration with GoFormz onstage at Box Dev in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 26, 2014.
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.