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Re-flow Field Management unveils powerful new Form Builder


The team at Re-flow are excited to debut the newest addition to their award-winning field management software. Completely free of charge, the software aims to put more power into the hands of its users through the implementation of a brand-new form builder.



Re-flow’s ethos largely revolves around reducing paper and increasing auditability to make improvements to health and safety in businesses across the construction, civil engineering, traffic management, highways, landscaping, and rail sectors. They have long advocated for shifting away from traditional paper systems in favour of a single, comprehensive digital solution that would pave the way for a far more sustainable, future-proof industry.


Their commitment to this aim is particularly on display with their form builder. Understanding how crucial forms are to the industries they serve, they also understood their shortcomings - with a mass of forms comes a mass of paper, printing, storage, and transport – all entailing their own respective costs and problems. For years, a vast catalogue of digital forms has been a staple of their software. Despite this, they knew that the needs of their clients would soon outgrow this catalogue; users needed the ability to implement bespoke forms that fit their business, a service which, until now, was only offered through the Re-flow support team for an additional cost.


Part of the wider Re-flow vision has always been to give users the power to build their own forms, with no limits on simplicity or complexity; the power to create forms that fit the business needs of their clients exactly how they wanted. Allowing them to collect the data they need, the way they need it, completely free of charge.


Their intuitive block-based system means users can start building simple forms within seconds. Don’t mistake simplicity for a limitation, however. The power of their form builder comes from its simplicity. Users can mix and match a wide variety of fields and functions to build general forms suited to everyday work, or expansive ones for the most specific of tasks. Submitting a form can trigger email notifications or change statuses within the system's records. Actions enable users to carve their own automated process, to the point where it can even create work events or new jobs.


Leandro Wade, Technical Director and Co-founder Re-flow comments, "Clients have access to formulas to enable their forms to become dynamic. It means you'll be able to do things like hiding and showing fields, based on how the form is filled out, but also more complex maths calculations and filtering of data."


Complete customisability doesn’t just extend to the forms themselves – users have complete control over how captured data is displayed when exported, with the ability to share and display data to their team and clients their way.


Leading up to the public release of their form builder, the feature underwent extensive trials with a select few of Re-flow’s existing clients to ensure it met the high standards of quality the company strives for, and now it’s finally available to all current and future Re-flow users for no additional cost.


Andy Kearns, Project Lead, Opals Group said,

"The form builder is very simple to use, we managed to build several forms with the new interface, which is very intuitive and straight forward. The ability to build forms quickly at no additional cost means we can react to additional changes in our processes, where we might need to record specific data, and have control on that type of data we want to capture and audit."


Re-flow is an award-winning software company based in the Southwest offering field management software to the construction, civil engineering, traffic management, highways, landscaping, and rail sectors.


For further details concerning the form builder, visit Re-flow’s website at www.re-flow.co.uk or contact them at 01392 574002.

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