Go Paperless

Make damaged or lost invoices a thing of the past by going paperless. Our customers have made the switch and are now saving hundreds of dollars in man-hours, and more efficient information flow. 

If your company has Field Service agents, out and about, trying to process work orders, logs, inspections, etc – manually – all the while, trying to manage customer’s expectations – then, ProntoForms is for you! How about giving them the capability to do it all on your smartphone or tablet – online, or offline, from anywhere – in real time!

With Quarterback and ProntoForms, we can make this happen!

Clock-in, clock-out, site inspections, work orders (with parts and service), daily journals/logs, signatures, GPS location, annotated photos….all sent to the right person(s) back at the office for invoicing or processing in real-time. If you’re on site, but offline, all data will transfer when you are back online! All of this can save 15-30 min per day per field tech – that adds up to HUGE savings over a month, or a year!

Contact us for a free demo using one of your existing paper forms. With this “Best-in-field” low-code app development platform, Quarterback can have you building and deploying mobile forms in minutes!

What is ProntoForms?

Top reasons to go paperless:

  1. It saves time, in the field, and in the office – paperless forms can save field agents, and data entry staff in the office, up to 1/2 hour per day entering data
  2. It saves trees and cuts clutter – printed copies use tons of paper; staff has less paper to sort through
  3. It offers annotated photos, and signatures in real time
  4. It ensures proper distribution of data – completed forms are sent to the appropriate member of staff of management
  5. It’s easy to manage – you can access files quickly
  6. It’s easy to make the change – contacting us is all it takes

Contact a Quarterback Mobile representative for more information

* In the 2006 Identity Fraud Survey Report conducted by the Council of Better Business Bureaus and Javelin Strategy & Research in the U.S., when victims could identify the source of data compromise, 90% occurred through traditional offline channels, not the Internet.