vablet Chooses DocOrigin to Provide Dynamic Fillable Forms Integration and Data Collection

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Cape Coral, FL /PRNewswire/ — How do you improve a world-renowned, best-in-class mobile sales tool like vablet? You inject it with a little DocOrigin magic, of course!

Continuing its mission to provide the best all-around tool for sales professionals working in the field, Meiotic Inc., the innovative developer of vablet, a best in class business content management solution for mobile devices, announced a partnership with Eclipse Corporation. Eclipse is the exclusive distributor in North America of DocOrigin. DocOrigin provides an intuitive form designer for the creation of dynamic fillable HTML and PDF forms. When combined with vablet, the solution provides on-site, off-line collection of data and signatures in the field.

Eclipse’s expertise in enterprise form design and data collection proved to be exactly what the development team at vablet needed in order to build this functionality into their flagship mobile application. With extensive capabilities built for companies in HIPAA compliant, SEC, or FDA regulated industries, vablet provides a secure, centralized repository for the storage, sharing and analysis of approved, up-to-the-minute sales collateral such as presentations, brochures, white papers and other files.

“vablet’s customers can now take advantage of dynamic fillable HTML and PDF form functionality – built to expand or collapse the form dynamically displaying only relevant fields and information. It’s a perfect fit for mobile devices where screen real estate is in short supply”, explained Steve Luke, CEO of Eclipse Corporation. “Forms can be customized to display fields based on checkboxes, radio buttons or data entered into preceding fields. This improves the efficiency of the field representative. Quick and accurate data entry is essential to closing a sale.”

When the mobile device returns to an online status, data is immediately synced with customer management tools like Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, or the company’s CRM, EMR, or ERP of choice.

From collecting contact information at a trade show, to generating orders on the spot after a presentation, to capturing signatures on a contract, DocOrigin’s fillable form and data collection technology will allow mobile sales personnel using vablet technology to spend more time selling and less time entering data.

“This is the perfect evolution for vablet,” said Paul Pacun, founder and chief architect at vablet. “vablet’s data capture ability and DocOrigin’s dynamic forms take the sales rep and customer relationship to the next level, because sales reps can now do more on a tablet, at the most critical time, with or without an internet connection.”

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