Access today announced that it has released a new, re-architected version of Formatta electronic forms management suite, which is used by customers in government, education, construction and all other industries to replace paper versions of forms used in daily processes in human resources (HR), accounting and financials, administration and others departments across the enterprise.
Formatta from Access is a comprehensive and versatile suite of e-forms management software products that can transform any paper-driven forms process into a secure, electronic and paperless one. Formatta’s components — Formatta Designer, Formatta E-Forms Manager, Formatta iFiller and Formatta Filler — work together seamlessly, empowering companies to:
• Create and publish new e-forms and convert existing (paper or electronic) ones that retain their original structure, allowing an organization to truly go green and paperless
• Import any Adobe® PDF™ file into Formatta Designer and retain all structure and content of the original PDF
• Capture correct and complete data the first time, every time
• Consolidate all of an organization’s forms on a single, secure platform
• Extend access to forms across the enterprise and to authorized third parties like partners and customers
• Notify the correct parties for digital signatures and collaboration via intelligent workflow
• Complete e-forms securely on the go, using iOS devices including Apple® iPhone® and iPad®
• Archive forms in enterprise content management (ECM) systems without scanning or indexing and automatically update third-party applications such as ERP systems
• Improve governance of government-mandated forms, such as I-9s and W-4s
To schedule a demonstration or request more information about Formatta, contact an account executive today. You also can find more information at the revamped Formatta website.
Access is the world’s leading electronic forms (e-forms) management, automation and workflow software provider. Our solutions transform any paper-intensive forms process into a paperless, collaborative one.