In general, and for the K-12 environment, I think FormAssembly is best suited for those at the school or district leadership level. While there are classroom applications that are possible, I think FormAssembly really shines in terms of data collection, payment processing, and CRM integration that meets the needs for schools and entire districts.
First, let’s talk about building web forms. In general, every school or district needs to collect data.
This data collection could be internal or external processes. Schools and districts might need information from employees, from parents, from students, from community members, and from a variety of other sources. For example: Enrollment applications, feedback on new implementations, HR forms, the list goes on and on.
For any big-picture, school or district-wide data-collection processes, FormAssembly is an excellent fit.
Without any coding or programming experience, anyone can use FormAssembly’s drag-and-drop form building features to quickly and easily create forms to collect any type of data needed.
Plus, in terms of integrations, FormAssembly has a ton. If you want to send submitted data to Salesforce, or to Google Sheets, or Excel, or Mailchimp, it’s all possible.
Payment processing is also an option, for things like school fees, application fees, field trip costs, etc. You can use PayPal, Stripe, Chargent, Authorize.net, iATS, and other payment processing options for collection payments from respondents.
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And, at the enterprise level, these forms can also be protected by a wide-variety of authentication services.
If your district uses CAS, or SAML, or LDAP, your forms can sit behind those authentication services. That way, only folks who have and need access will be able to submit data.
[Check out 10 reasons why education customers choose FormAssembly]
Overall, for anyone at the school or district level needing to collect data, process payments, submit data to Salesforce, or export data in a wide variety of other formats, FormAssembly is an excellent, accessible, easy-to-use tool that offers enormous benefit.
For those interested, you can sign up for a demo here, or try a two-week free trial!
I was not compensated for this review.
I was previously employed by FormAssembly.