- FeaturesiFormBuilder Dispatch Dispatch transforms iFormBuilder into a simple yet effective work-order management system. As the platform continues to be a robust data collection tool, iFormBuilder can now be used to create work-orders, task-orders or tickets. Assignments can be created on the server and dispatched to your mobile work-force in real-time. With push notifications, mobile workers can now receive work assignments wherever they are. Users can send acknowledgments back to the server, or reassig the ticket to another mobile worker on the fly. Combined with Zerion Mobile Behaviors (ZMB), complex routing can be created based on the data collected in the field. With on-site emailing, mobile workers can now ‘leave behind’ a work receipt at the client location.Try it for yourself with our FREE 30-day trial offer. All you need is our FREE iForm client to get started. Benefits of iFormBuilder Dispatch include Create pre-populated records on the server Assign records to mobile users Push Notifications: (Send Ad-Hoc notification messages or record assignments) Server Acknowledgement In the Field Reassignment Onsite Email A Complete Mobile Data Collection Solution The iFormBuilder mobile platform is a complete mobile data collection solution. From building robust forms with our Formbuilder to mobile data collection with the…
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Chris Reichart of Zerion Software presented the exZact Data Collection Platform to the Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) and students from Bloomsburg University”s MSIT Program. Chris begins with a brief summary of his career and how he co-developed and launched the exZact data collection product. It all began with an online game – “Rochambeau” – which after three months of its launch date had obtained more than 10,000 users worldwide with no marketing efforts behind it. It was at this point they knew they were on to something. After dabbling in gaming, came the creation of “Vote Report” which allowed users to receive live reports of voting poll waiting lines on their mobile phones. Thus making it easy and convenient to know when to vote. This application was also an instant hit. Then, in the summer of 2009 the ExZact data collection product was launched at the NY Tech Show. Soon customers like Hershey, Fresh One and Gensler signed on. Customers had been looking for the ability to build forms and access data while mobile. ExZact allows a customer to create a form, collect data, submit information, view forms and access data – from a mobile location. All for $50 a month for 5 users – a price point that is hard to beat.