ProntoForms, Panasonic Partner to Deliver New Services
October 01, 2013
By Rahul Arora
, TMCnet Contributor
ProntoForms Corporation, a provider of mobile form applications and platforms that improve business processes for enterprises and SMBs, recently announced that it has teamed with Panasonic (News - Alert) to offer businesses a way to dispatch, collect and submit data in real time.
Businesses can recevie a discount of $679 on a purchase of a Panasonic Toughpad FZ-A1 (MSRP $1,779) or JT-B1 (MSRP $1,679) with the purchase of a ProntoForms AT&T one-year subscription ($220). The Panasonic Toughpad is an Android (News - Alert) tablet, available in two sizes, with an MIL-STD-810G and IP65-certified all-weather dust and water-resistant design.
Similarly, ProntoForms Deployment Services will be offered for free with the purchase of a minimum of 10 Toughpads and ProntoForms subscriptions. This program, which ProntoForms Corp. recently introduced, is designed to help customers deploy or expand mobile solutions faster.
Describing the launch of this latest offering a result of both the feedback from the customers and the company’s vast experience in mobile solution deployment, Alvaro Pombo, founder and CEO of ProntoForms, said that the ProntoForms Deployment Services will enable new and existing customers to better concentrate on their core business. This will allow these businesses to mobilize their processes, configure and self-deploy in a matter of days. Supporting these efforts, ProntoForms offers online resources, including webinars, videos, support portal, and more.
"We are pleased to offer new and existing business customers a powerful device and App solution and exclusive promotional discount. The ProntoForms solution on a Panasonic Toughpad is up to any data collection task, in virtually any working conditions. So whether you're an oil rig inspector battling a windstorm or a construction foreman on a dusty construction site, you can now receive, collect, send and dispatch data worry-free," said Alvaro Pombo, ProntoForms Founder and CEO.
Edited by Blaise McNamee