Are iPhone Forms Worth the Money?

Are iPhone Forms Worth the Money?

Published on: 12-11-2013 | by Misty in iPhone Forms, mobile workforce,

The BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon is not just limited to companies and businesses, but also covers organisations working in the healthcare and education departments. In some states in the US, schools are providing 1 iPad per student. This bodes well as students and teachers alike will have more access to the Internet, opening up a world of learning possibilities that will broaden their horizon. Here are some ways your mobile workforce can benefit from BYOD.

Working with iPhone Forms

Some companies in Australia have adopted the BYOD practice and now have policies in place to cover all types of situations, particularly, to protect the privacy and security of the users and their companies. iPhone Forms make it easier for field agents to open, edit, and update company reports as they can access these documents in real time. Monitoring is made easy too because business owners and managers can track the reports from start to finish, including changes made along the way.

Why iPhone Forms Cost Less

Formitize makes your paperwork paperless with mobile forms that cost less than a postage stamp each. Because you no longer need to print out your documents and reports, you can save a lot of money as you say goodbye to paper, ink, toner, and other printing costs. Find more ways to Save the Environment Using Forms for iPhone.

Your smart forms are ready to use so you don’t need to manually type reports. Formitize automatically generates your paperless forms and reports. Watch as your cost-savings keep growing every single day. Here are more ways to save money on company reports using iPhone forms.

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