Forms On Fire is a cloud-based forms automation solution for data collection and workflow task management. The solution replaces paper forms used by agents in the field with digital forms. Businesses can put their own logo in forms and develop their own branded solutions for data collection.
The solution also provides offline access to users for collecting data in forms, which can later be synchronized with the database when internet access is available. Forms on Fire captures GPS, audio files, signatures and bar codes into digital forms.
Forms on Fire provides a dashboard that monitors field employees’ activity on a regular basis. The dashboard provides an overview of team performance and compares current activity against the previous months. The solution integrates with third-party applications such as OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, GeoOp and Grove Streams. Pricing is per user and billed annually. Support is provided via phone and email.
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Sebastián from Upwork
Number of employees: 201-500 employees
Value for money
Forms on Fire has allowed me to create in very few steps and without any sort of coding well made and helpful forms.
There's plenty of things to like about Forms on Fire but the ones that I like the most are the fact that I can work offline as well as online, the fact that coding is not necessary and the fact that I can use across multiple devices are definitely the things I like the most.
The prices is the only thing I like the least, is a bit to high compare to other similar options.Review Source: Capterra
Response: Forms On Fire, Forms On Fire, Inc.
Thank you Sebastian for the kind words. Please feel free to contact our support group anytime if you have any questions on +1 425-214-1920.
Joanna from Comfort Monster Heating & Air
Value for money
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.