How it Works

Create. Deploy. Report. Integrate.

As PerfectForms evolved, we learned a lot from people who were looking for application solutions, from our customers, and from the thousands of applications we’ve either developed or assisted in developing. All this experience helped us to make PerfectForms as fast and user-friendly as possible.


Whether you’re building a simple form or developing a complex automated workflow process, our simple point-and-click tools enable you to build applications in days, start to finish, versus weeks or months using traditional methods. We suggest you begin by reviewing our 10-step quick guide. The guide covers the basics so you can successfully build your first application. When you’re ready to begin, start by creating a form from scratch or by editing a sample form. Learn More

View Featured Video: Form Layout



PerfectForms offers several ways users can access your forms. Embed them in a webpage or e-mail message, or link to them via text or graphic links it’s entirely up to you. However you choose to deploy and run your applications, we make it easy. After thoroughly testing your application, you’ll be ready to publish them, provide access to users and connect forms to your application and third-party systems. Learn More

Read Featured Article: Publishing your Application



PerfectForms reporting is powerful, easy-to-use and allows for instant drill down all the way to the field that originally collected the data. Data collected from your forms is easily compiled into charts and graphs to help stakeholders gain insights from your workflow application. Learn More

View Featured Video: Getting Visibility on Your Workflow Process



You can easily share data with other databases and systems with PerfectForms. Data can be pulled from external systems to populate drop-down lists and tables or pass data to other systems real-time or through scheduled batch exports. Data integration for your forms and workflow applications is supported through APIs, web services or specific integration components. Learn More

View Featured Video: Creating Connections with other Systems

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