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Form-IT! workflow

Why PDF as an output solution?

Form-IT! is based on PDF, which means that invoices, reports and other forms retain their original look and feel. This offers several important benefits:

  • No need to re-train employees on new forms.
  • Customers get the same documents they are used to.
  • Forms can be consistently delivered by print, email and web.
  • Forms can be archived in their original format – with no scanning.
  • Forms can be retrieved by full text search.
  • The form can be created using your existing resources (no need to redesign using proprietary software).

Digital archiving

Form-IT! archives invoices, reports and other forms in their original format, saving you the need to scan mountains of paper. With Form-IT! any item can be retrieved instantly by date, title or source – or by full text search.


Find out how Form-IT! can work in your environment:

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  • Send forms by e-mail to multiple recipients
  • Import data from any database, XML or Excel
  • Scheduling capabilities
  • Image insertion
  • Powerful batch processing
  • Encryption and password protection
  • COM object and XML API
  • Flatten Form Fields
  • Recovery

Use Form-IT! to produce
  • Invoices
  • Reports
  • Insurance forms
  • Government forms
  • Medical forms
  • Financial forms
  • eTickets
  • Coupons
  • Business cards
  • Certificates
  • Personalized Letters

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Server-side solution:
It has built-in PDF processing.

Multi-lingual capabilities:
Form-IT! fully supports Unicode, so it works with any character set, including right-to-left (RTL). The actual text is retained in the PDF, allowing search and retrieval.

Painless graphic interface:
With Form-IT!’s intuitive interface, setting up the template is extremely easy.


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