ProntoForms by TrueContext Mobile now available for Windows Phone
TrueContext Mobile has announced that its ProntoForms (website) mobile business service now supports Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. The app, which is now available on the Marketplace, enables business employees to do away with paperwork and use smartphones to fill out forms while on the move and not in the office. Major platforms are already supported, including Android, BlackBerry, iOS and webOS.
TrueContext’s CEO Alvaro Pombo had the following to comment on the platform launch:
"ProntoForms from AT&T is one of our most popular mobile applications for businesses," said VP of advanced mobility solutions at AT&T, Chris Hill. The easy to use, yet highly scalable functionality of the application has been of interest to many different types of companies, from one person in operations using it for construction project cost estimates to large enterprises using it for facility management inspections, merchandising audits and insurance adjustments."
Text and numeric inputs include the following:
- Drop downs and data source lookups
- Signature Capture
- Barcode Scanning
- Photo Capture
- Date/Time Selection & Stamps
- YouTube Video links
Service online portal feature list:
- Organise FormSpaces by project, region, and department
- Upload CSV data sources
- Manage user form permissions
- Configure Form E-mail Notifications
- Plot Form Submissions on Google Maps
- Chart your data questions and submission history
- Export Form data into CSV data
- Manage Users and Groups
- Produce advanced activity reports
The features listed above are backed by further integration with Microsoft Office, cloud and management services including SharePoint and SkyDrive. The service as a whole improves productivity for employees, especially on Windows Phone with Microsoft's cloud infrastructure. Working while on the move is now that one step more convenient.
You can download ProntoForms from the Marketplace for free. Pricing for the server starts at $24/mo per user.
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