September 8, 2011
Thanks for helping us make the launch of FormsCentral a success! If you’ve been tuned into the Acrobat blog, you might know we’re executing a series of polls to help make the product even better. With that in mind, please let us know: what exact features do you look for when choosing a forms service? Take a look at our latest new features here if you need some inspiration!
You can find the latest Acrobat Poll on our Facebook page here. By chiming in, you can help us make FormsCentral, and the Acrobat family, an even better tool for social business! We’re always thrilled to see new feedback from our users, so thanks very much for participating. Don’t forget to check back soon here at the Acrobat blog for poll results and analysis!
September 2, 2011
Dale Norenberg, race organizer and scorer for Slinger Speedway, recently talked to us about how the track uses Adobe FormsCentral to streamline event management, improve experiences, and deliver essential race information to media. Slinger Speedway relies on Adobe FormsCentral to collect all necessary driver information prior to events—helping to keep drivers’ minds on the task at hand and not on filling out paperwork at the track. Adobe FormsCentral provides Slinger Speedway the tools necessary to get race events off the ground. Race organizers can collect vital driver information—including driver history, sponsorship information, and vehicle information. Adobe FormsCentral reduced the time Slinger Speedway spends on managing driver information. In addition, providing electronic forms to drivers prior to an event helps ensure that the information is more accurate.
FormsCentral also provides event organizers a platform to securely collect driver data, organize it, and distribute sensitive information rapidly. By exporting only the necessary driver information to spreadsheets needed by race officials, media, scorers, and other staff, organizers have more control over the data. This can help ensure that the different people have the exact information they need without compromising privacy or the integrity of the information.
In addition to race-day management, spectator data collection using electronic forms has helped to better engage race fans by making them aware of urgent events. To learn more about how Slinger Speedway is using Adobe FormsCentral, click here.
Todd Gerber, group product marketing manager, Acrobat Solutions
August 31, 2011
Now that you’ve had a couple weeks to check out the new features to Adobe FormsCentral we’d like to know how you are using it. Over the next couple weeks we will be posting poll questions to our Facebook Page. Later, we’ll share the results with you on the blog. Our first question for you is: What do you use forms for the most?
Make sure to check out the Acrobat Facebook page for the latest poll questions and don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to let your voice be heard. You never know… your suggestion could be included in the next FormsCentral update!
August 22, 2011
At Adobe, we value our user’s opinions and take into account your suggestions for upcoming product and services updates. In fact, the brand new FormsCentral features (Page skip logic, Summary reports and Form templates) came directly from our user community!
2011 has been an exciting year for us. We kicked off our year with our first Twitteview (#Acroview) with senior product managers Chris French and Dave Stromfeld. Then in March we launched our Facebook page and shortly after the Acrobat Solutions Group on LinkedIn. Most recently we’ve introduced the Acrobat YouTube channel to share the latest cool tricks, tutorials and insider perspectives from our developers and managers.
We’ve certainly grown our social reach in the past couple months and want to hear from you, our customers, to find out how we are doing. Similar to our products and services, we welcome your feedback and invite you to participate in the following FormsCentral survey below. We are looking forward to hearing what you think and thank you for your time in taking this quick survey.
August 15, 2011
Christopher Atwood, Director of Academic Technology at Pomfret School, recently talked to us about how the school uses Adobe FormsCentral as a rich, collaborative, and environmentally responsible course registration and assessment tool. Pomfret administrators looked at how they could automate many document processes that traditionally relied on paper. With a history of success using Adobe software in classrooms, school administrators turned to Adobe to help automate several routing processes. Atwood says, “With Adobe FormsCentral we’ve expanded our relationship with Adobe and now have exactly the right solution to tackle a variety of administrative challenges.”
For example, Adobe FormsCentral provides Pomfret School a flexible platform to create and deliver registration and testing forms to students at the beginning of each school year. At the same time, skills-assessment forms for math and other subjects are made available online to incoming students, enabling Pomfret to place students in classes best-suited to their skill levels. The Adobe solution also streamlines sharing student assessments with teachers, who no longer have to wait for paper-based tests to arrive by mail or come back to campus to pick up assessments. To learn more about how Pomfret School is using Adobe FormsCentral, click here.
Todd Gerber, group product marketing manager, Acrobat Solutions
August 11, 2011
The winner of our recently concluded FormsCentral Tweetaway is @JuliaFoster! Congratulations again and thanks for helping us spread the word. Julia will be receiving a one year FormsCentral subscription!
In case you missed our tweets, FormsCentral is one of the easiest ways to collect, analyze, and report on your data.
- Check out FormsCentral, powerful online form builder, for real time results and analysis
- With FormsCentral, you can easily create, distribute and analyze online forms
- FormsCentral makes the task of creating surveys and collecting and analyzing data simpler than ever!
Learn more about the latest new features such as Summary Reports, Rating Scales, Apply Skip Logic, Twitter integration by checking out the FormsCentral site!
If you didn’t get a chance to participate in our contest, don’t worry the next one is right around the corner! Please stay tuned to Acrobat on Twitter for the latest news and updates!