FormAssembly Team in New Orleans

About us

Our Culture

We’re not just a company––we’re a family made up of 100+ individuals across six continents, connected by shared hobbies, goals, life experiences, and core values.


is a remote-first company,
but we believe that remote work shouldn’t
be boring, complicated, or isolated.
With more than 10 years of success as a
fully remote team, we take pride in being
one big connected virtual family.

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Always Remote, Never Disconnected

Cedric Savarese, FormAssembly CEO, started FormAssembly as a solo project over a decade ago. Since then, the company has grown to a team of 100+ people, and company leadership has remained committed to a remote-first structure. Although our team members are spread out all over the world, we’ve remained connected and committed to our goals.Now, FormAssembly has grown into a leading web form and data collection platform that has been included on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America for five consecutive years. With this being said, remote work works for us because of the following reasons.

Traditional office overhead costs are shifted to provide better perks and benefits.

Our team members can live in locations that fit their unique lifestyles.

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We can bring in top talent from around the globe, focused on our core values rather than physical location.


Meanwhile, we’ve seen incredible growth as a remote-first company.

Our Mission and Core Values

FormAssembly’s mission is to help organizations collect, use, and be good stewards of the personal data entrusted to them. Each member of the FormAssembly team strives to instill this mission and these core values into our daily lives, and we search for these characteristics in every individual that joins the team.


We’re ambitious. We demand the best from ourselves and we lift each other up.


We’re curious. We hear each other out and we question assumptions.


We’re transparent and accountable. We share early and often and improve over time.


We perform well under pressure, with calm and a touch of levity.


We’re kind and respectful to our customers, partners, and coworkers.

Own Customers

We’re our own customers. We know our product and use it for

Our Success Starts With a Stellar Team

Our hiring and onboarding process ensures that our team members are equipped to work from home from day one, but succeeding in our fully remote company does take a unique mix of skills and qualities. These are the areas our team members excel in.

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  • Self-control – Like in-office environments, remote work does come with its own set of distractions. Because of this, our team members must have self-control and personal autonomy in order to remain successful.
  • Time management – Work moves fast on our remote team, potentially faster than most in-office teams you may be familiar with. When requests and tasks start coming in, our team members must be able to sift through the noise, manage their time, and focus on high-priority tasks.
  • Team-oriented mindset – Though much of our work is solo, we have to be able to communicate quickly and efficiently with our team members, just as any traditional team would. We may be far apart from each other in distance, but we work closely together every day.
  • Patience – Like many remote companies, we use a chat software to communicate, which encourages asynchronous communication. Because of this, patience can come in handy when you’re working with teammates that have different schedules.

Team Reunions

While our team stays connected daily through technology, we still recognize the importance of connecting on a personal level for team-building reunions (whether they’re in-person or virtual). Our annual all-team and departmental reunions have been a tradition at FormAssembly for several years now—they give us the opportunity to reunite with coworkers, meet new ones, and connect for a week of team meetings, presentations, bonding time, and fun activities. Be sure to check out the recaps of our past reunions (20172018201920202021, and 2022.)

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