XMS Penvision Announces naturalForms® Cloud, The Fastest And Easiest Way To Automate and Streamline Mobile Data Capture

XMS Penvision is pleased to announce the launch of naturalForms® Cloud, a new cost effective cloud-based service aimed at simplifying forms-based data capture on iPad and Android™ devices for the business market.

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Mobilising your paper forms

We knew we had to make it easier than any other competing product to enable, publish, complete, and process forms. By launching naturalForms Cloud we believe we have built the simplest and most effective system available today.“

Norrkoping, Sweden (PRWEB UK) 29 July 2014

Every business, regardless of industry, struggles with the logistics of paperwork. Ordinarily, forms completed with pen and paper are posted, faxed, scanned or even driven back to an office for re-entry, scanning in to systems, or are simply filed away. The data on those forms is often used to trigger other business processes such as invoicing, ordering, statistical reporting, and evidence of compliance. The delays and possible loss in returning paperwork introduces risk, inherent costs, weak customer service and creates business issues such as inability to invoice clients for work completed, poor cashflow and ultimately lost revenue and profit.

naturalForms Cloud was created to address these mobile data capture challenges. The application allows users to complete forms on tablets using natural input such as handwriting.

Forms are easily enabled in the naturalForms Cloud service and then synchronized with the naturalForms Enterprise app installed on the Tablet. Embedded MyScript® handwriting recognition and digital ink management functionality delivers a choice of screen keyboard entry or to write as they would normally on the screen using a stylus or even a finger. Handwriting is then converted to data in the form automatically and accurately, thus reducing user training through familiarity at the same time as giving immediate data validation at the point of entry.

Before submission forms can be easily enriched by attaching media to any form such as the capture of GPS coordinates, photos, voice files, electronic signatures and sketches. Once completed the forms are sent over mobile or Wi-Fi networks to the naturalForms Cloud where PDFs and export files are automatically created in standard formats such as XML, CSV, and JPEG and sent to users, customers and backend systems within seconds.

Today the http://www.naturalformscloud.com website opens and offers a free 30 day trial with access to all features with no credit card required and no obligation beyond the 30 days.

As CEO Mats Beijer-Olsen explains, “Whilst there are many solutions for mobile data capture, we took an approach of starting from the ground up and focused more on the user needs. We knew we had to make it easier than any other competing product to create, publish, complete, and process forms. By focusing on these user experience elements, we believe we have built the simplest and most effective system available today. “

To learn more and sign up for a free trial, visit http://www.naturalformscloud.com

About XMS Penvision
Established in 1996 XMS Penvision is an innovative Swedish software company specialising in Data Capture through digital writing. Its award winning “Formidable” digital writing platform has over 25,000 users in 40 countries.

naturalForms Cloud is sold directly to end users although the company is seeking global partners such as mobile operators or SaaS providers to take naturalForms Cloud to untapped markets or geographies under their own branding.

Press contact:
Tarek Ghouri, VP Global Sales.
Tarek.ghouri(at)penvision(dot)com
Tel: +44 7769 743866
skype: tghouri

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MyScript is a registered trademark, registered in the US and other countries. naturalForms is a registered trademark, registered in the US and other countries. All the other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries


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