Making E-Forms Available

 
 
By Brian Lincoln  |  Posted 2010-09-07 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Making e-forms available

Once an e-form is ready to be deployed to users, it can be made available in a variety of ways.  External forms such as customer satisfaction surveys can be published on a company Website. Internal forms such as vacation requests can be housed on a company intranet system. For convenience, many organizations choose to place forms into a directory of forms or make the forms searchable using an ECM system.

However, when the forms are delivered, be prepared to assist users, answer questions and aid in the overall adoption of e-forms into the company fold. Once users are accustomed to the idea that paperwork can now be completed online without paper, information will become more streamlined, contain fewer errors and have less of an environmental impact.

Brian Lincoln is a Senior Product Line Manager at Xerox. Brian has over 14 years of experience as a content management professional including previous positions at Documentum and EMC, where he specialized in launching vertical applications into government and related regulated industries. Brian has performed roles spanning the entire product development life cycle, evolving from engineering and consulting leadership positions to senior product management, where he also managed OEM relationships. Brian holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from California State University, Sacramento. He can be reached at brian.lincoln@xerox.com.




 
 
 
 
Brian Lincoln is a Senior Product Line Manager at Xerox. Brian has over 14 years of experience as a content management professional including previous positions at Documentum and EMC, where he specialized in launching vertical applications into government and related regulated industries. Brian has performed roles spanning the entire product development life cycle, evolving from engineering and consulting leadership positions to senior product management, where he also managed OEM relationships. Brian holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from California State University, Sacramento. He can be reached at brian.lincoln@xerox.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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