ProcessMaker announces new Integration with Formstack

ProcessMaker announces a new integration with Formstack which allows Formstack Forms to be utilized out-of-the-box inside ProcessMaker Process Applications.

The new integration is designed to benefit Formstack users that want to build sophisticated workflow applications using their Formstack Forms, and ProcessMaker users that may prefer to use native Formstack Forms for the user interface in ProcessMaker applications. 

Enterprise organizations use hundreds to thousands of forms: travel authorization request forms, employee onboarding/offboarding forms, change request forms, purchase order forms, credit request forms - the list goes on.

Most standalone web forms are perfect for collecting data and perhaps pushing it to another system. However, many organizations use forms as part of larger workflows that span systems (such as SAP and Salesforce) and people across the organization that need to review and/or approve forms.

Furthermore, some forms need to be handled in a time-sensitive matter based on Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and generate automatic escalations if those SLAs are not met. 

The new integration between Formstack and ProcessMaker brings the full power of the ProcessMaker workflow engine to the Formstack ecosystem.

“Formstack offers an amazing user experience for forms, digital signatures, and document generation. These are all elements in enterprise-level business processes,” said Brian Reale, founder and CEO of ProcessMaker.

“We believe that it makes a lot of sense to offer ProcessMaker’s process orchestration technology to Formstack users that want to do more with what they have already built in Formstack.”

“ProcessMaker has made it truly simple to use Formstack Forms directly in their visual workflow designer,” explained Zak Pines, VP of Partnerships at Formstack. “This is a big value add for users and partners in our ecosystem that are addressing more sophisticated process problems using Formstack assets.”

Digital transformation continues to accelerate across organizations and industries. Only tools that are open and easy to integrate with other solutions will help organizations thrive and become more agile during this transformation.

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