In January 2014, Microsoft announced that their investment in Microsoft InfoPath had come to an end. With many companies heavily invested in InfoPath as a solution for electronic forms, it’s now time to move to new technology, designed for the web-savvy and mobile workforce.
Microsoft will cease support for InfoPath in 2024, but a greater concern may be that InfoPath does not support modern end user access points, like mobile devices, and does not offer features that maximize the benefits of modern technology. Therefore, technical solutions built on InfoPath are inferior to those built on modern platforms.
Dedicated to making the complex simple, FlowForma Process Automation recommends using our no-code designer, which allows you to build replacement forms in a fraction of the original time, using non-IT resources, with built-in form features that produce a better end user experience.
For large-scale replacements, involving many InfoPath forms, FlowForma Process Automation offers a tool that can accelerate InfoPath form replacement.
The tool accepts an InfoPath form template as input, interprets the template and automatically maps sections and fields onto steps and questions. Users can adjust the mapping to accurately replicate the form function.
The tool generates a FlowForma template for import into any FlowForma environment.
Finishing touches to the converted form can be applied in FlowForma using our no-code designer.
FlowForma Process Automation accelerates migration as it
''Anyone who ever spent any time struggling against some of the brick walls which InfoPath throws up will love this product
It solves most of the problems and adds so much more. We're using it in an increasing number of areas across our organization where customer development either cannot be justified or is simply less expedient''
- Mark G, Senior Web Developer, NHS Blackpool Hospitals