Formstack Achieves Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Compliance

April 30, 2019

Leader in data capture and workplace productivity improves security protocols

FISHERS, Ind. (April 30, 2019)Formstack, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company with a mission to transform the way people collect information and put it to work, today announced it has attained Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) for its Forms solution. PCI compliant forms enable users to process credit card payment information in a secure manner, further enhancing Formstack’s workplace productivity solution.

Tens of thousands of businesses and nonprofits rely on Formstack to securely manage their data, and this new level of security is an investment in users’ safety and privacy.

“Credit card transactions represent the vast majority of payments in the United States annually, and we live in a time when data exposure and risk are high,” said Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. “Given the degree to which credit card information can be used to harm consumers and businesses, attaining PCI compliance was an important step for us. We want to build high security systems to ensure our customers—who entrust us with important business information—have their data locked down.”

Attaining PCI compliance is Formstack’s latest effort to strengthen customer trust and prove its dedication to privacy and security. Previously, the company announced its HIPAA compliant payments options. For more information on Formstack’s security features, please visit our online forms security features.

About Formstack
Formstack is a secure workplace productivity platform built to produce ingenious solutions to the everyday work that slows organizations down. From eliminating paper forms to breaking digital silos, Formstack empowers anyone to quickly and easily build custom forms, create documents, and collect eSignatures—all without code. Launched in 2006, Formstack is trusted by over 25,000+ organizations worldwide—including NHL, Netflix, Twitter, and Butler University—to digitize what matters, automate workflows, and fix processes. To learn more, visit

Allyson Johnson, APR