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WorldAPP Announces The Launch Of Form.com - The Next Generation Of Business Process Automation Platforms

BRAINTREE, Mass., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WorldAPP Inc., a global software technology company that delivers scalable solutions to enterprises of all sizes, has introduced its new business process management (BPM) platform; Form.com (www.form.com).  Improving on its predecessor, Extreme Form, Form.com offers modular core technology that combines cutting-edge data collection technology with flexible automation and workflow functionality. The result is a unique application that completely streamlines critical business processes.

With Form.com organizations can move their form-based operations to the cloud, drastically improving time-to-value and data accuracy. Creating web forms to replace paper or spreadsheets is simple using the drag-and-drop editor. To ensure a pristine user experience, Form.com lets you build in logic, workflows, task management and other automated functionality. Equipped with a JavaScript and SOAP API, Form.com seamlessly integrates with any existing applications or legacy systems vital to the business process.  Using the power of the platform, business users can tailor a solution to improve their unique process and workflow, rather than building processes and workflows around holes in their current infrastructure.

"Form.com gives businesses in any industry, especially those with field operations, the ability to truly transform their enterprise operations. Our mobile and offline capabilities let our customers build and deploy unique form-based applications that synchronize the corporate offices with the job site – regardless of location. What used to take days or weeks now happens in just hours; or even in real time," said WorldAPP CTO Alex Zagvazdin.  "With our flexible core technology, we are able develop cloud-based solutions that meet the specific needs of the customer so they can improve their existing process, rather than undergo an entire BPM remodel."

Form.com addresses today's business needs with unmatched configurability, depth of technology and full support for both fixed and mobile enterprise operations. Providing faster, better control with more visibility at a lesser cost, industry professionals are now able to continuously improve processes and performance all with the speed and convenience of the cloud.

About WorldAPP
Form.com is owned and operated by WorldAPP Inc. Founded in 2002, by the current management team, WorldAPP specializes in the development of cloud-based solutions designed to automate complex data-driven business processes. WorldAPP's products are deployed by thousands of customers worldwide to streamline operations, manage the flow of information and increase collaboration across the enterprise.

More about Form.com: www.form.com

Visit WorldAPP at: www.worldapp.com

Contact: Roland Stewart – 1 781 849 8118 – [email protected]

Video with caption: "Form.com is open for business. This revolutionary business process automation platform offers the tools and technology you need to streamline your data-driven operations. Build the forms and add in the workflow features to create a unique application that solves your business process challenges. Learn more at http://form.com." Video available at: http://youtu.be/CvITht8P86A 

Image with caption: "Better business starts with a smarter process. Transform the way you collect and connect your enterprise data with Form.com. Design the forms and build in the workflows to create a unique application that streamlines your data-driven operations. The experts at Form.com will work with you to define, develop and deploy the scalable solution that your business needs." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140129/MM53123

SOURCE WorldAPP Inc.

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