We talk quite a lot at Geonetric about organizational agility – the ability to experiment, change and adapt quickly. Agility is a key strength for corporations today, particularly for those in rapidly changing markets. And when it comes to changing industries, few are going through the level of upheaval that healthcare is experiencing today!
Last week at the Geonetric 2015 eHealth Symposium we empowered our clients to be more agile with the Beta release of Geonetric’s Form Builder. Form Builder does exactly what it says – it helps administrators create online forms that they can attach to their websites, blogs and intranets.
By providing a simple, easy-to-use form creation tool, administrators can quickly create new online conversion opportunities on their websites. This speed and convenience encourages webmasters to optimize existing forms more often, opening the door to iterative improvement and increased conversions.
While it’s currently a Beta version of the product with many features still ahead on the development roadmap, this first release of Form Builder is still incredibly powerful. With it you can:
- Create forms using a simple graphical interface – no coding required!
- Place these forms on a website built on Geonetric’s VitalSite™ CMS or on most other CMS platforms and online properties, such as your blog. Notice the form below? I built and placed it using Form Builder!
- Receive form submissions with the assurance that you’re using a HIPAA-compliant solution.
It’s easy enough to use that during the short workshop we held at the 2015 eHealth Symposium, our clients were able to create dozens of new forms and deploy them to their websites. What’s even more exciting is that they’ve already received dozens of submissions. Many of these clients have even updated and improved their forms several times already!
Want to see what a Geonetric Form Builder form looks like? Our beta program is currently full, but we’re anticipating opening it up again soon. Sign up to receive an invitation when it’s open to more users: