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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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The Evolution of Formstack (Creation or Science?)

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March 6, 2014
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Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

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Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

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Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Collecting payments with online forms is easy, but first, you have to choose the right payment gateway. Browse the providers in our gateway credit card processing comparison chart to find the best option for your business. Then sign up for Formstack Forms, customize your payment forms, and start collecting profits in minutes.

Online Payment Gateway Comparison Chart

NOTE: These amounts reflect the monthly subscription for the payment provider. Formstack does not charge a fee to integrate with any of our payment partners.

FEATURES
Authorize.Net
Bambora
Chargify
First Data
PayPal
PayPal Pro
PayPal Payflow
Stripe
WePay
ProPay
Monthly Fees
$25
$25
$149+
Contact First Data
$0
$25
$0-$25
$0
$0
$4
Transaction Fees
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
N/A
Contact First Data
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
10¢
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.9% + 30¢
$2.6% + 30¢
Countries
5
8
Based on payment gateway
50+
203
3
4
25
USA
USA
Currencies
11
2
23
140
25
23
25
135+
1
1
Card Types
6
13
Based on payment gateway
5
9
9
5
6
4
4
Limits
None
None
Based on payment gateway
None
$10,000
None
None
None
None
$500 per transaction
Form Payments
Recurring Billing
Mobile Payments
PSD2 Compliant

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Just last week we had the opportunity to celebrate our 8th anniversary here at Formstack.  Someone pitched that I could write about the evolution of Formstack over that time, and it immediately took my mind to the recently (but not new) hot topic of how the earth was created. So, to be fair to both sides of the argument, I thought I’d present a history of Formstack from both angles.

Creation

Science

01/2006

The idea that customers should be able to create their own forms is birthed in Ade’s mind.

0 bits of data

02/2006

The first iterations of Formstack begin to get passed to friends and family.

7 users sign up

02/2006

The paid version of Formstack is released.

508 lines of code are live on the Internet

07/2007

Out of a desire to build out a great marketing plan and team, Chris is hired to bring some wow factor to Formstack.

Free accounts > 10,000

08/2009

Formstack realizes the great value in allowing customer the ability to pass their form data into third-party systems which provide new power to our form platform.

Campaign Monitor, Email Center Pro, Freshbooks, Google Spreadsheets, Highrise, & Mailchimp begin to operate using the Formstack REST API v1

3/2010

In an epic transition, the new Formstack CEO, Chris Byers meets up with founder Ade Olonoh for about 3 hours one morning to transition the role so that Ade can move to San Francisco and live the big life in a new startup he founds. Most of the morning is spent passing usernames and passwords back and forth.

Free Accounts > 100,000

09/2010

Formstack buys it’s most important purchase ever.  The ping pong table...which begets games like Power Struggle & Volleypong which will eventually lead to injured wrists and holes in the wall.

Monthly Form Submissions > 500,000

03/2012

Formstack celebrates another nomination for the Indianapolis tech awards (MIRA) and looks forward to another night of tuxedos and dinner at a big hotel.

Total Forms Created > 250,000

11/2012

The team is excited at growth but disappointed that we can’t all go to lunch together because when 20 people show-up, you can expect lunch to take two hours.

Apps Supported: Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone

05/2013

In a move that shows our willingness to change to accommodate life’s circumstances, we open the doors to remote working for all of our team.  Even our CEO left the state.

Payments Collected via Integrations > $100,000,000

01/2014

In a more focused move than maybe we’ve ever made...we’ve doubled down on the core customer of Formstack aka Digital Marketing & Communications teams.  The 2014 roadmap for development has powerful features in store for Marcom.

171,281 lines of code

Like so many things in life, sometimes two opposing views actually marry together well to tell the same story through a deeper and more powerful way.

Thanks to all of you who’ve joined us for this journey over the past 8 years.

Formstack offers a variety products and services that you can use of your business. Try our 14-day free trial today to test them out!

Chris Byers
Chris is the CEO of Formstack and leads the company vision. His goal is to deliver on Formstack's mission to improve people’s lives with practical solutions to their everyday work.
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