Converting 60 Paper Forms to Electronic

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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has taken the iForm platform into the depths of the water, the height of the sky, and all around their lands.

A year ago, the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) team of developers embarked on a mission: to convert 60 paper forms to electronic versions with iFormBuilder over two and a half years; all within a bureaucracy-heavy, enterprise-level, government agency. The WDFW Fish Program operates the largest hatchery system in the world and cooperatively manages the most valuable fisheries on the planet. Not only did the convert the paper forms, they have saved thousands of human processing hours, and have completely transformed the way they work.

All of the 100+ facilities around Washington State were required to complete and submit paper forms on a regular basis. Not only did this create tons of paper, it made it difficult to have a clear process across the state. With the iForm app and their devices, their field teams are now able to dig into their work while completing the forms.

Interested in learning how it was done? Watch the WDFW presentation from the 2015 iFormBuilder Power User Summit.

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