A better way to collect data through forms might not sound very exciting to most—but to those interested, it matters a lot.
Some of those interested are big companies. Which means, for a startup solving the problem, big customers.
This is why FormHero, founded in 2015, was not discouraged by the prospect of launching a new product into the already competitive space of online forms. They knew, through their early customers like BMO, they had something special.
But what is so great about this startup’s forms, anyway?
“While the expectations of customer experience have grown exponentially, the ability of organizations to change to meet the needs of customers and employees hasn’t kept pace,” FormHero says. “This is especially true when it comes to collecting data to service internal processes.”
The company thusly developed its Smart Form platform which it describes as a “dynamic digital interface that turns complex processes into personal, conversational experiences.”
In essence, FormHero tackles both workflow efficiency and data security at once, while reducing error rates too. To a customer like BMO, these details are significant, and the potential gains substantial.
The Toronto-based scale-up wants to land more giant customers but it needs more people to help pull it off. FormHero is hoping to fill some of its empty positions at the upcoming Tech Talent Toronto Job Fair—an event that provides patrons a unique evening and the opportunity to connect with the city’s hottest hiring companies.
The Tech Talent Toronto Job Fair takes place on February 26th at the iconic SteamWhistle Brewing downtown. Tickets start at $20 and include a free drink and delectable appetizers.