Replace laptops and paper forms with Windows 10 tablets and ProntoForms

Many enterprises are comfortable with Microsoft technology. It’s entrenched in the workplace via Microsoft Office, it’s used and accessed on the go via cloud services like SharePoint and OneDrive, and it’s even still employed for forms via the discontinued software InfoPath.

Fortunately, for businesses relying heavily on Microsoft systems, the switch to tablets and mobile forms to raise productivity isn’t as time-consuming as you might think. A mobile solution like ProntoForms, teamed with new Windows 10 tablets such as the Microsoft Surface, can replace impractical, aging laptops and paper form processes.

ProntoForms and Windows 10

ProntoForms for Windows 10 tablets is a low-cost, high ROI solution that allows Microsoft-favoring enterprises to remain within their comfort level while still embracing the best of what technology has to offer.

ProntoForms on Microsoft Surface

Mobilizing workflows with ProntoForms and Windows tablets still allows businesses to connect data to their preferred Microsoft system – only faster!

No more recording data into a spreadsheet on a laptop. No more transcribing paper forms into the back-office system.

Data collection with Windows 10 tablets and ProntoForms lets users fill out mobile forms, capture photos, sketch on photos, capture signatures, scan barcodes, GPS and time stamp, and so much more.

In addition, mobile forms from ProntoForms can access and include data sources. In other words, items such as parts/price lists and customer information can be prepopulated into forms in the field, helping users to complete form fields quickly and accurately and minimize time spent on calculations, or error corrections.

It all makes for a completely new level of productivity and cost savings – while still enjoying Microsoft systems.

Curious? Contact us for a demo and free trial!

Mats LindebergMats Lindeberg
As ProntoForms’ Communications Manager, Mats leads a team of talented writers who provide written content for web, marketing collateral, social media, and PR. When he’s not moving commas around, he’s coaching Little League baseball and playing keys in a cover band. Mats has a degree in Journalism from Stockholm University.
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