At GoCanvas, we are dedicated to creating a platform that is both powerful yet simple to manage. We are constantly incorporating feedback from our subscribers into the platform, as well as looking miles ahead at how we can innovate the platform to exceed expectations. Our goal has and always will be to empower workforces by unleashing the value in their data, helping them to better connect with colleagues and engage more effectively with their customers.

This is why we're excited and honored to announce that GoCanvas has been recognized as the "Spring 2018: Leader in Mobile Forms Automation Software" by G2 Crowd. This accolade is based upon verified users and their evaluations of GoCanvas, as well as a variety of factors that include ease of use, implementation, support, and competitor comparisons. Below, you can see a G2 Crowd Grid ranking mid-market mobile form automation platforms.

Mid Market - Grid G2 Crowd

“Rankings on G2 Crowd reports are based on data provided to us by real users,” said Michael Fauscette, chief research officer at G2 Crowd. “We are excited to share the achievements of the products ranked on our site because they represent the voice of the user and offer terrific insights to potential buyers around the world.”

What makes this award so special to us is that a majority of the criteria is based on upon actual feedback from our subscribers. Here at GoCanvas, we put the subscriber first. We plan, develop, and implement new features with the end-user in mind. We're proud to receive this award and will continue to put our subscriber's needs on the forefront.


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