TAAP’s ToughTab digital forms demo app is now available for download from the Windows Store. Also directly accessible from the ‘start’ menu of the recently released Linx ToughTab 8” rugged Windows 10 tablet, the app allows access to a wealth of sample digital forms designed to eliminate paperwork for organisations.
Including digital forms such as: Property Check, Daily Vehicle Check, Sales Order, Estimate, EPOD – proof of delivery, Accident Form, Produce Check, Expense Form, and Vehicle Inspection, the app introduces users to the ease of collecting rich data such as photos, signatures, and direct annotation, as well as traditional text-based information, within a pre-defined form. Organisations requiring a complete job management system can also be provided with a web portal hosting all their data, running on Microsoft Azure, or integration with their existing back-office databases.
As an extension to TAAP’s specific ‘Estimates’ digital forms app – also available from the Windows Store – there is now a Microsoft Office 365 Add-In, which enables users to send structured work order data directly from Microsoft Outlook using TAAP Forms.
“We’re delighted to have released a demo version of TAAP’s ToughTab Forms app,” Steve Higgon, TAAP CEO, explained. “so that organisations can see the benefits of digital forms working on Microsoft technology. It’s a taster of the types of systems TAAP provides that enable organisations to eliminate paperwork and make real-time management decisions based on immediate visibility of data. All job data is backed up using secure web portals hosted on Microsoft Azure.”
“Organisations are increasingly digitising their processes by using software applications such as those provided by TAAP,” said Liam Kelly, general manager, Developer Experience, Microsoft UK. “We’re pleased products like these are now becoming available through the Windows Store. These types of applications allow organisations to take advantage of the storage capabilities of Microsoft Azure and enable customers to securely access their data, and streamline their operations.”