I am sure the answer here for every organisation would be YES! Here are some types of forms within an organisation that could be converted to digital forms:
- Employee onboarding: Digital employee onboarding forms can help organisations streamline the process of hiring and onboarding new employees. These forms can collect all of the necessary information from new employees, such as their contact information, education, and work experience. They can also be used to track the progress of new employees as they go through the onboarding process.
- Inspection forms: Digital inspection forms can help organisations improve the quality of their products or services. These forms can be used to collect data on the condition of equipment, facilities, and products. This data can then be used to identify and address potential problems before they cause damage or safety hazards. These forms can include the upload of images.
- Incident reports: Digital incident reports can help organisations improve safety and compliance. These forms can be used to collect information on accidents, injuries, and near misses and upload images. This information can then be used to investigate the causes of incidents and prevent them from happening again.
- Permits: Digital permits can help organisations streamline the process of obtaining permits from government agencies. These forms can be used to collect all of the necessary information from applicants, such as the type of permit they are applying for, the location of the project, and the estimated cost of the project. They can also be used to track the progress of permit applications.
Here are a few other examples of forms that could be converted to digital forms:
- Customer feedback forms
- Sales leads forms
- Request for proposals (RFPs)
- Travel expense reports
There are many benefits to converting forms to digital forms. Digital forms can help organisations save time and money, improve accuracy, and increase compliance. They can also make it easier for employees to access and complete forms, and they can provide organisations with valuable data that can be used to improve operations.
If you are considering converting your organisation’s forms to digital forms, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, you need to choose a form builder that is easy to use and that meets your organisation’s specific needs. Second, you need to make sure that your employees are trained on how to use the form builder and the digital forms. Finally, you need to have a plan for how you will store and manage the data collected from the digital forms.
With careful planning and implementation, converting your organisation’s forms to digital forms can be a great way to improve efficiency, accuracy, and compliance.
You also may want to consider if these new digital forms need to integrate with other platforms you are already using.
Talk to Time & People and see how they can assist you through this digital change.
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