Big Data, Big Impact, Within Reach

From water filtration tracking in Rwanda to health surveys in India, doForms is being used right now to collect and access massive amounts of data on continents across the globe. doForms’ quick implementation, multiple language support and affordable pricing model make it an ideal solution for international organizations striving to use data to drive positive change. And easy-to-use offline digital survey collection tools put big data within the reach of organizations in underdeveloped areas.


What attracts purpose-driven international organizations to doForms?

Multiple Language Support

The doForms interface can be set to English, Spanish, Russian, French, Portuguese, or Italian, and questions and answers can be written in the language of your choice.

International Date and Time

doForms collects date and time information in the international format defined by ISO (YYYY-MM-DD) so there is no misinterpretation from one location to another.

Offline Data Collection

doForms makes it possible to collect data in rural areas without an internet connection and transmit it quickly to back-office systems once online.

Ease-of-Use

The doForms mobile interface is simple to use, whether your work force is tech savvy or has never used a tablet or smartphone before.

Affordable Pricing

doForms’ per-user model with unlimited form submissions makes doForms an affordable choice for purpose-driven organizations.

Used on Every Continent

doForms is currently in use for a myriad of tasks in multiple countries on every continent around the world. See doForms usage map below:

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Case Studies

DelAgua, a “one-stop-shop” for water testing, laboratory and life science requirements, uses doForms in the execution of large-scale programs to increase its impact on the health and welfare of rural populations.

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Community Empowerment Lαβ™ initiates lasting health improvements for mothers and children in northern India through careful research and collaboration between scientists and community stakeholders.

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