Service without the clutter.
Paper forms have persisted in government because it was the least expensive way to collect information. What started out as in interim solution has evolved into way of life for jurisdictions: thousands of forms that run government. Smart forms or online PDFs with business rules manage to collect data, but it grinds a conversation–or the exchange of data–to a halt in an era where we expect flow.
It’s been over a decade since smart paper forms aimed to save us from paper transactions, but instead they took a simple problem and created a complex solution that has weaved its way into our operational fabric. Smart forms (XFA or Acroforms) don’t accommodate changes in business processes, workflows, technology, regulations, and devices. Forms are an administrative boondoggle that require people to re-input data, do not allow any feedback to its users, or support data governance.
Every citizen needs at some point or another to use forms to interface with government and large health care organizations. And these organizations must manage thousands of documents and create or update forms constantly.
A two-way solution
Our tech converts smart PDFs into HTML5 and maintains all legacy business rules. This allows for data control and complex workflow. This helps us ensure what’s easier for the user–filling in something online–will also make things easier for the organization. Form function is easily modified, apps are quickly built, and data plugs into information ecosystems more easily.
Building for change
By capturing data and business rules, our tech helps organizations standardize and optimize business rules across business units and the organization. This can help illuminate core, repeatable processes and make re-engineering and analysis easy.
Our tech increases transparency by allowing users and stakeholders to have more control over their data and more insight into the status of their pending applications and services.