Businesses Go Paperless with Canvas Mobile Forms

— October 30, 2013

Canvas’s mobile business application platform is now available to Sprint business customers. The cloud-based software service allows businesses to replace paper forms with efficient mobile forms and apps that can be used on smartphones and tablets, as well as computers. The solution works on all smartphones and tablets available from Sprint including the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, an Android-based tablet with a 7” screen.

Canvas is designed to help businesses transition from their existing paper-based processes to digital ones, by letting them choose and customize content from a library of more than 10,000 mobile business apps which include inspection forms, work orders, surveys and other business-related documents.

“Canvas has automated our manual facility inspections saving us time and money,” said David Conrad, Vice President,  IT, Parkway Corporation. “Our employees have easy access to inspection forms and find that filling them out and submitting them is easy and efficient.”

The solutions offers GPS functionality, image capture, bar code scanning, electronic signatures and access to business data such as parts catalogs and customer records.

“Our customers are looking for ways to reduce costs, simplify operations and make employees more productive,” said Wayne Ward, Vice President, Business & Product Development, Sprint. “Paper is one of the most ubiquitous tools in business as it’s used in just about every business function. Re-examining paper consumption is an incredible opportunity to streamline business operations.”


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