Take your digital data to the next level
It doesn’t matter if you are collecting data on behalf of your sales team, field crew or management – your forms don’t have to be boring.
Why not transform your mundane paper forms into dynamic digital forms that your team will want to use with QicForms.
I know what you’re thinking… Digital forms can’t be written by people with no technical knowledge. But nothing could be further from the truth.
With our no code form builder, its only takes 3 easy steps to create your digital forms. Drag, drop and configure. Simply click on your desired field, then drag and drop it onto the preview screen (for instant visualisation.) Once you have all the fields you require, save your form for immediate deployment.
We make data collection easy with 30+ advanced field components to choose from including Voice to Text, image annotations, automated GPS locations, digital signatures, calculation fields and much more. You are only limited by your imagination.
Now meaningful data can be collected with ease. No more looking for pens and paper, trying to decipher illegible handwriting or “My dog ate it” excuses.
Want to take your data to the next level? Then manipulate your form fields to work harder for you.
Seamless Data Automation
QicForms allows Form users to collect some pretty awesome data, but now what happens? Does the data just come back to the web platform for archiving? How can we take the data to the next level?
Don’t worry QicForms has you covered with robust automation such as:
Approvals: Create Forms where staged approval is required. Users or Groups can now be assigned specific sections of a Form to complete, approve or reject. There is no restriction to the number of stages contained within a Form. Approvals are a great way to automatically step your Form through an approval process, for example: Permit to Work or Leave Requests Forms
Workflows: Occur when rules or identifiers are set by the Account Owner or Manager from within the Web Management platform. Notifications can then be sent either by SMS and/or email notification, or a pop up message appears within the app when specific events occur.
Workflows can be set at:
- Form Field Level: a specific response was given to a particular question. For example: Question 5 calculated a high risk rating
- Form Completion Level: a specific form was completed. For example: a timesheet was completed by Jenny, so Payroll is notified.
- Account Level set at User Role or Group level when planned form submission targets have not been met. For example: Only 1 Safety Toolbox Prestart has been submitted this week.
Once an event has occurred, a response can be sent to an individual or number of Users, everyone within a Group or Branch, or even an external User, notifying them of a required action.
Assignments: Used when you wish to assign a specific form to a specific individual to complete. Assignments can be set to be completed on a particular day or within a particular time frame. The QicForms dashboard will give you a quick overview of exactly who has and hasn’t completed their assigned forms. (Notifications can also be set, so you don’t have to log on to the web platform to be in the know.)
Sharing: Give more stakeholders access to your completed forms and raw data with sharing. Sharing can occur at different times:
- A form user can send a pdf copy of the completed form via email to themselves or cc in others.
- Download and email the completed form from the web platform.
- Set workflows to send completed forms to external software providers ie Dropbox, Box…
- Share a copy of your blank template to the QicForms Community.
- Raw data transfers through secure API integration
Sharing allows stakeholders to achieve common goals, FASTER.
QicForms allows you to create your own digital forms without having to write a single piece of code. Visit http://www.QicForms.com for more information.
The information contained within this blog is of a general nature only. It does not take your specific needs or circumstances into consideration. You should look at your own situation and legislative requirements before making any decisions.