Quandis Inc. has announced that it has developed Custom Form Builder, a tool that empowers users with the ability to easily and quickly make changes to complex workflow-driven Web forms. The solution exponentially reduces development timeframes and costs for organizations. Using Custom Form Builder, companies are able to implement form changes within their workflows virtually on demand. Quandis' solution empowers business people who do not have any programming experience with an easy-to-use tool that allows them initiate software change management themselves, without the involvement of IT.
“The genesis of our decision to make available this type of tool was to reduce development and implementation turn times for us and our clients,” said Eric Patrick, CTO of Quandis. “Using our Custom Form Builder solution, clients can apply business rules to quickly create Web-based forms, easily make changes, designate workflow tasks, and implement them into a live production environment without having to contact us.”
There are many different types of Web-based forms and workflows that companies use. Often, forms are buried within existing workflows, making them difficult to edit. Examples of what Quandis’ Custom Form Builder can be utilized for include short sale forms, forms for collections agencies to gather and verify financial information, foreclosure processing forms, bankruptcy forms, and valuations forms, to name a few.
Organizations have their own internal processes in place that they use to guide staff through workflows as well as adhere to rules mandated by various outside agencies. Quandis’ Custom Form Builder can apply unique business logic that creates hard stops and alerts in organization-specific workflows if tasks are not properly completed or required information is missing.
The solution can be utilized by servicers, specialty servicers, lenders, banks, law firms, collection agencies, skip tracing firms, outsourcers and other entities.
"On a smaller, less sophisticated scale, a good example of how our Custom Form Builder works can be likened to that of Survey Monkey or Google Forms, where users can easily create and push newly created forms or changes to existing forms to the Web," said Patrick. "In the mortgage industry, our clients are able to make on-the-fly changes to complex Web-based user interface (UI) components that also tie in with back-office enterprise systems. This establishes a robust solution that allows staff performing work in the UI to pass collected information back to various internal applications for processing.”