Can you believe we’re already halfway through 2019? From big acquisitions to game-changing product updates, the first half of this year has been a whirlwind at Formstack. Before we move on and get too deep into Q3, we want to share some of the media mentions we’ve received this past quarter.
If you missed any of our top coverage during Q2, here’s where we’ve been popping up the last few months:
MarTech Series published a press release announcing our acquisition of WebMerge, a leading provider of automated contracts, applications, and proposal PDF and Word documents. With this latest addition to our workplace productivity platform, we’re building on our Documents offering to help our clients reduce manual data entry and save time on paperwork.
Mobile Marketer published an article announcing the launch of PCI compliant payment collection with Formstack. Users can now add PCI compliant credit card fields to their payment forms to protect sensitive data and give their customers a smoother transaction experience. With thousands of businesses and nonprofits relying on Formstack to manage their data, this new level of security is an investment in our users’ safety and privacy.
Inside INdiana Business
Inside INdiana Business published a press release announcing three new additions to Formstack’s leadership team: Joan Lavis as Chief Financial Officer, Rob Wiley as Head of Marketing & Product Strategy, and Nathan Sinsabaugh as Product Engagement Director. Their presence on the team will help us realize our vision of a workplace productivity platform that eases debilitating data management challenges for businesses of all types.
Fox Business sat down with Formstack CEO Chris Byers to weigh in on recent acquisitions made by Salesforce and Google. In the interview, Chris and other tech leaders discuss how big acquisitions like these are becoming more common due to a need for customers to better understand big data and put it into action.
At Formstack, we strive to create a workplace culture that is fun and supportive for employees, and this is reflected in the way we talk about our culture to others. To help companies communicate their culture values, Built In featured Formstack in an article that provides 32 examples of how companies describe their workplace culture.
For the Record
In an article on For the Record, Formstack CEO Chris Byers discussed the new healthcare interoperability rule proposal announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This proposed rule places greater emphasis on patient empowerment by requiring healthcare organizations to share health information with patients electronically through an open API.
In an article on StartupNation, Formstack CEO Chris Byers discussed email verification and why it’s essential to campaign deliverability and overall performance. He provided five reasons why marketers should validate their email lists, including eliminating hard bounces and reducing spam complaints.