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  • January 13, 2010
  • News

Integrify introduces Forms-to-Flow Service

Integrify Software has a new full service offering that allows customers to convert existing paper or static e-forms into Web forms with process management capabilities. Utilizing Integrify OnDemand’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering, customers can now simply embed Web form widgets that trigger approvals and tasks while capturing a complete process audit trail.

With the Forms-to-Flow Service, customers have their own secure hosted account to centralize and manage their forms and processes while making user interaction with forms all within a company’s own Web site environment.

Integrify, which is available either on-premise as licensed server software or as a hosted service, offers a 100 percent Web-based solution to streamline business processes, centrally manage user requests from multiple locations, streamline workflow and operations, automate business processes and provide increased compliance, visibility and efficiency across organizations.

Integrify is built with a widget architecture that allows Integrify Web forms, tasks, reports and more to be embedded onto Web pages that reside outside the Integrify portal. With the Forms-to-Flow Service, customers will be able to provide a form to Integrify and have that form turned into a Web form widget that can be placed on any Web page. Once a user completes and submits a form, tasks can be triggered from within the form’s defined process in the customer’s Integrify OnDemand account. These approval or fulfillment tasks can be completed by their responsible parties, while maintaining a completed audit trail that includes status updates and reports.

The Forms-to-Flow Service is designed to quickly and easily get forms online that have a minimal number of steps in their process flow. “By having Integrify provide this as a managed service, there is no need for customers to introduce and support new in-house technology. Starting at only $6,000 per year, customers won’t have to break the bank to start making process improvements and saving money associated with manual processes and paper forms,” said Integrify CEO David Willsey.

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