Founded in 2002, we are a global software company with a focus to provide large and mid-sized organizations with the most powerful mobile data collection technology on the market.
This goal, of course, is a moving target. Mobile technology is advancing at an incredible pace, and the needs of our customers are expanding as well.
In the early days, there was a huge demand for interactive forms. It was clear even then that paper forms were destined for replacement.
Cool digital features such as hiding questions, and triggering new questions or email alerts for specific responses created tremendous opportunities for companies to gather more granular data and act more responsively. The march was on to “go digital.”
Of course, once this became a C-level directive, a whole new set of professionals got involved.
It was no longer only the innovative business line manager who was calling us. We began to get calls from corporate IT departments looking to do a deeper dive into Form.com’s integration capabilities and information security policies and procedures. Solution architects began to test our API calls. Production teams would test Form.com’s load-bearing capabilities. Did we offer single sign-on?
Could an administrator easily manage access levels and permissions? Did Form.com provide data models so that data in the field could be synchronized instantly with their organization’s backend database without involving the user?
And last but not least, was the data secure? Did Form.com have enterprise-level data security protocols in place?
You might imagine such a broad array of requirements would be enough to keep our development roadmap pretty full for years to come. But this was just the tip of the iceberg.
In the last few years, mobile has been a massive game changer. Smartphones and tablets in the field have become the tipping point for large-scale corporate initiatives to make everything “work in the cloud.”
This change does not come without challenges. Connectivity, for example, is never a given even in this increasingly wired world. And as many of our most significant clients are global multinationals, an offline capability is always a critical element in their data collection stream.
The ability to synchronize data, while managing thousands of active mobile workers from a security and data perspective, has been a signature achievement within WorldAPP’s aggressively expanding development path.
And it doesn’t stop there.
Forms, of course, lead to tasks. Tasks demand workflow. Workflow requires administrative rights and access levels. Use of BI tools like Qliktech, Business Objects, Tableau or Microstrategy enables data to be visualized and leveraged effectively.
Hopefully, this brief overview gives you a flavor for what WorldAPP is all "about."
In essence, we are a global software company that provides sophisticated mobile data collection technology that can be tailored to meet the needs of large organizations.
If this describes you, we suggest an initial informational meeting and demonstration of Form.com’s features and capabilities.
There is no easier way to see if Form.com checks the boxes for your critical requirements. It will also give you exposure to the high quality and experience of our implementation team.
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WorldAPP provides field inspection services and backend business process optimization to large companies in the Restaurant, Retail, Facilities Management, Transportation, Oil and Gas, Insurance, Health and Safety, and Environmental Industries, as well as State, Local and Federal Government Agencies. They rely on Form.com to perform:
Organizations become loyal WorldAPP customers for a number of reasons.
If you are looking for such services, please contact us to see if there is a fit between what you need and the solutions we offer. Click here to start the conversation.
Working alongside some of the most recognizable names in the business world, WorldAPP has made a profound difference on how out-of-office work gets done, giving these companies huge competitive advantages, measureable cost savings, and impactful improvements to the bottom line.