Autumn and Q4 are upon us, and that means we’re tripping over pumpkin spice as we head into the end-of-the-year hustle. But before we turn our full focus to crossing off the last few goals for the year, we want to share some of the love we received throughout Q3. Last quarter, Formstack was featured across the web in a variety of formats—from award announcements to podcasts to infographics. And CEO Chris Byers was a busy man!
If you missed any of our top coverage, you’re in luck. Here are a few places you can find us:
Indianapolis Business Journal
In July, Formstack landed on IBJ’s Fast 25 list for the second straight year. This year, we were ranked the 13th fastest-growing private company in the Indianapolis area. IBJ ran a profile highlighting Formstack’s growth and future plans, and Byers was quoted in a related article about executive management of company growth.
IBJ also included Formstack in an article about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) and its bevy of local tech vendors, spotlighting the IMS’s use of Formstack for form-building needs.
Formstack CEO Chris Byers provided some workflow automation strategies in an article featured on SmallBizDaily. In the article, Byers discusses six game-changing benefits businesses can reap by investing in automation tools that help streamline repetitive processes.
In August, Formstack was included on the Inc. 5000 list for the fourth time, landing at #1679 among the fastest-growing private companies in America. TechPoint published an article about the 21 Indiana-based tech companies on the 2017 list, mentioning that Formstack had the biggest jump among them all from 2016 to 2017.
TechPoint also published an article written by Formstack VP of Marketing Ashley Walsh. The article ran as part of a back-to-school campaign and discussed three ways universities can elevate themselves by investing in online data management.
Byers offered some healthcare data expertise in two separate articles published on DOTmed. In the first article, Byers walks through three steps that can help health organizations master patient onboarding. In the second article, Byers provides insights on healthcare automation and discusses how it can reduce errors and improve admin processes.
Byers was a guest on the EchoChamber podcast, where he provided insights for an episode titled “Virtual and Technology, but Not Virtual Technology.” During the interview, Byers discussed increasing productivity even when employees are scattered around the world, as well as using technology to improve data and outcomes in healthcare and other arenas.
MarketingProfs featured our lead gen process infographic, along with a brief intro. The intro discusses marketers’ tendency to overcomplicate processes, and showcases our infographic as a great example of a simplified lead generation process.
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