SOURCE: doForms, Inc.

November 20, 2014 10:05 ET

doForms Announces Second Round of Funding

Company to Focus on Revenue Growth and Further Enterprise Penetration

CRANFORD, NJ--(Marketwired - November 20, 2014) - doForms, Inc., the mobile forms company, today announced that it has closed $2.7 million in its second round of funding to further accelerate the company's already impressive penetration into enterprise-sized businesses. "This funding shows a great vote of confidence in the substantial market traction doForms has already achieved, as well as in the long term potential of our company," said John Darienzo, CEO, doForms. "We've seen our vision of how companies can enable their mobile workers to work smarter and faster resonate with customers in companies of all sizes. We plan to use this funding to invest in reaching more of them, particularly in the enterprise space."

Since April 2013 thousands of customers have selected doForms as their powerful, fast and easy solution for mobile workforces to accelerate and improve the accuracy of mobile data collection, eliminate the need to input data to backend systems, and transform the customer engagement experience.

"We're excited that doForms has taken this funding. We see the momentum they are enjoying and know this investment will help them continue to grow and work with us as a strong partner," said Eduardo Arechiga, North American Regional Executive, Reckitt Benckiser. "doForms really knows mobility. They have enabled RB to reap the benefits mobility offers by streamlining and accelerating field data collection, eliminating the need for backend data entry and increasing the real-time visibility into our operations."

About doForms
doForms, Inc., the mobile forms company, is a leader in mobile workforce enablement. doForms eliminates paper-based processes with cost-cutting and revenue generating mobile solutions that provide fast and simple field data collection, integrating directly into backend operating systems. Thousands of users in companies of all sizes use doForms to streamline field data collection and increase real-time operational control.

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