FormAssembly is proud to partner with both U.S.-based and international clients across a variety of industries including business, nonprofit, higher education, finance, and more. In the spirit of the Salesforce Boston World Tour, taking place in April, we’re highlighting some of our favorite case studies from around the globe. Explore this internationally-themed case study roundup, and let us know if we’ll see you in Boston!
Amazon India relies on FormAssembly’s Salesforce integration to connect vendors outside of the Amazon network to their internal CRM. Amazon India needed a way to track seller information to monitor progress and pay vendors correctly. FormAssembly enabled them to easily update pertinent information in real-time.
“FormAssembly is a very high-utility tool for us because it’s plug-and-play. It would take us a significant amount of dev effort to build internally in Amazon, and we’d also spend a good amount of bandwidth maintaining that tool. With FormAssembly, you can just log in to Salesforce and create whatever forms you need,” said Abhinav Singh Kakran, Manager of Program Management.
Check out the entire case study to learn how this large international company benefits from FormAssembly’s easy-to-use integration and form-building features and customizable security measures.
Child Matters is a charitable trust in New Zealand, dedicated to increasing awareness of child abuse among businesses, organizations, and communities for over 20 years. Child Matters faced several key challenges when looking for a web form solution, including the need to record information about program participants without using overly exhaustive, complicated forms. They also needed a way to maintain this information in Salesforce, without extra hassle. With FormAssembly, Child Matters has experienced accelerated growth and data accuracy, particularly with course enrollment and funding.
“We’re building up a really powerful database, and we’ll be able to do some pretty powerful marketing going forward,” said Greg Devine of Manukau Road Consulting, the primary consulting group for Child Matters.
To learn more about how an easy-to-use form solution can change the tide toward positive growth for organizations like Child Matters, head over to the full case study.
Granny’s Finest, based in the Netherlands, connects retired women with young designers to bridge the generational gap and to collaborate on handmade knitwear. The organization uses FormAssembly to collect feedback, order new supplies, and manage their 17 club locations. Using the Salesforce integration, Granny’s Finest can rest assured that their data imports directly to their CRM.
“It’s very cool,” Co-Founder Niek van Hengel said. “The forms can talk to Salesforce, create and update objects.”
Check out the full case study to learn how Granny’s Finest uses FormAssembly to eliminate time-consuming and costly work burdens on their small team.
Clore Social Leadership
Clore Social Leadership is an organization in the United Kingdom that runs leadership programs specifically for “emerging leaders.” They focus on frameworks for growth and provide workshops, coaching services, and group activities. Clore Social uses FormAssembly, in conjunction with their Salesforce capabilities, to power their recruitment processes and to collect data at every stage of their programs.
“We’ve started to use FormAssembly to assess impact of the program by collecting self-reported measurements on a set of capabilities before people undertake the program and after completion and comparing them. That’s been incredibly useful and quite groundbreaking,” Program Coordinator Iga Wojtasik said.
To learn more about how Clore Social Leadership uses FormAssembly to showcase the impact of their programs, take a look at the complete case study.
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