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What’s new in the Factory?



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June 12, 2009 4:27 pm

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After what has been a week of anticipation waiting for news of the Boulder release we are still very happy to announce the release of, not Boulder, but two new forms into our Library.

The first we cannot take credit for. It came from the Teaming demo and its great functionality in a rather specific field. We thought we would publish it. We know that there are many out there that could make great use of this form.

Restaurant Inspection

Our second form is called Event Request. This can be used to request an event be posted to the company or organization’s calendar. We imagine this form being used by city governments, large businesses, non-profit organizations and many other customers. It will require a brief customization to point the completed forms to the proper calendar.

Event Request

I know we continue to hype the release of Boulder. We just don’t want you getting cooling off. We hope you stay tuned and are here with us in the coming future to celebrate the release. So be sure to tune in next week.

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What’s new in the Factory?



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May 28, 2009 3:52 pm

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Hello again!

It’s your friends from the Form and Flow Factory again.

This week we have three very different and very functional forms with their accompanying workflows. Take some time to read these descriptions and follow the links. We hope that you can get enough an idea of how they can help you and your organization.

Travel Request Form: This is a growing request in our world that becomes every day more flat. The possibility to travel is essential in many businesses today. Businesses that have a need to request and manage travel can now do so efficiently and effectively. We too recognize that efficiency in this area can result in an improvement of your overall bottom line. Download this form and flow and we know that you will see where it will fit in your business.

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Sales and Data Management Form: We know that this is a need of many businesses. This form with a little customization can become your tool to manage and track sales and other important information. By using individual folders in personal user workspaces you will be able to create states in your workflow in order to keep your more sensitive information very safe.

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Bug/Issue Management and Tracking Form: If you are interested in seeing a more elaborate work flow take a look a this one. We’ve used most of the more robust elements of the teaming workflow in this process. It contains workflow variables, parallel workflow threads, workflow questions, move entry elements, and more. The form is very generic currently. You will need to change the names of the software and products before you deploy it. But this can be one of your most critical tools when preparing to roll out your next big software hit.

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So there you have them. If you have any ideas we still welcome your suggestions.

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May 19, 2009 2:00 pm

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This week we are proud to announce the completion and release of four new forms and workflows.

Incident Report Forms: Through collaboration with local governments we noticed a real need to translate incidents “around town” into request which can be called in or entered in from home by a witness. These are four examples of inident topics that can occur within a city government or business with similar facilities. These forms can be downloaded and adapted to meet your specific needs.

In some instances some personal customization will be required (especially within the workflow). If you are a small hotel and interested in using the Incident Report-Water we would not expect you to have the Police Department and Fire Department in your teaming. You may chose to change Police Department to Security, and when a form enters the Fire Department state it is sent to someone who knows to call the Fire Department for further assistance. That person would then have before them all of the information regarding the incident.

These are the Links to each:
Incident Report-Animal
Incident Report-Traffic
Incident Report-Waste
Incident Report-Water

In these coming weeks we are going to begin a series of articles to walk the user through the design and creation of a form and workflow. We are very excited for this release. We will continue to release new form article (like this one), and supplemental instruction frequently and hope for your continued input as to how we’re doing.

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