Yagmap Ltd, the UK market leader for business group messaging services, recently announced the launch of its electronic forms service and to demonstrate this is running a competition to win £50 GBP Amazon gift vouchers.
Online PR News – 01-August-2012 – London, UK – Yagmap Ltd, the UK market leader for business group messaging services, recently announced the launch of its electronic forms service and to demonstrate this is running a competition to win £50 GBP Amazon gift vouchers.
This new yagmap feature allows remote workers to complete forms electronically on smartphones, tablets and the more traditional laptops. By taking a web app approach to their solution consistent with their group messaging service, the electronic forms work seamlessly on most smartphones and tablets and has been tested on iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile.
All yagmap users get access to a standard set of electronic forms which include an audit report, business mileage report, Hazard/Near miss report, market research survey, personal expenses claim and more.
“We implemented the new electronic forms technology as we recognised that the existing paper based approach was both inefficient and even using technologies such as digital pens still added delays to the form data being made available for analysis which adds unnecessary cost to the process which can be eliminated with our solution” says Paul, co-founder of yagmap.
“In order to continue to provide a useful service for businesses across the UK we have included some standard forms which can be used immediately, but bespoke forms to meet particular customer requirements can be quickly and easily set up. In celebration of the Olympic Games being held in the UK this year, and as a fun way to demonstrate our new technology, we created a yagmap Olympic competition form where you can use your knowledge to predict the outcome of certain Olympic events,” continued Paul.
The competition runs until 3rd August 2012 and is free to enter. All existing and new yagmap customers can enter as many times as they like.