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24 Tips for Better Data Collection in 2021

If your organization is struggling to find an efficient, secure, and effective way to collect data for key business objectives, you’re definitely not alone—but there are plenty of simple ways to improve data collection processes. In this tip sheet, the data collection pros at FormAssembly are sharing our top 24 tips for how to improve your data collection processes this year.

What you’ll learn

In this tip sheet, members of the FormAssembly team share tips that will help organizations in all industries streamline data collection processes with simple, actionable upgrades. We share tips that will help you improve the overall user experience for your respondents and streamline workflows for staff. This resource breaks out tips based on different stages in the data collection process, including:

  • What to do before you start collecting data
  • How to build forms in a user-friendly way
  • How to connect data to other platforms like Salesforce
  • How to keep data secure even after it’s collected

With our collective decades of experience in the data collection space, we know that data collection can be time-consuming and inefficient if it’s not done properly. In this resource, we put our heads together to bring you our favorite tips and best practices that will help you save time, money, and resources on data collection so you can focus more on your goals in 2021.

We’re here to help

FormAssembly is an all-in-one web form builder and data collection platform with high security standards and robust Salesforce data integration capabilities. Our mission is to help our customers become better stewards of the data entrusted to them.
More than 5,000 leading companies in all industries, including higher ed, healthcare, financial services, nonprofit, government, and more, use FormAssembly to streamline data collection processes.
If you’re looking for a one-stop solution for all of your form builder and data collection needs, try FormAssembly for free today, no credit card required.

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