New Web E-form Service from Adobe
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This week Adobe launched a new service which allows users to add online surveys to their websites. The service was designed to simplify the process of adding surveys to sites and analyzing their results.
Mark Grilli, Adobe's director of product marketing, stated that "Form and survey management is traditionally a very time-consuming process, often times involving IT. You'd use one mechanism for retrieving information, and another for doing analysis. We thought having an end-to-end solution would give knowledge workers the tools they need to get their jobs done."
Adobe FormsCentral, which is the name of the service, enables website owners to create customized survey forms from templates. The forms are based on HTML, and are able to be accessed via any web browser on any HTML-capable device.