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Score 6.5 out of 101
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Likelihood to Recommend

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

If you have a lot of customer interaction with your site, where you need to collected specific, targeted, situational data, 123FormBuilder is an absolute winner. If your site is more information and perhaps leads to a software platform or other product or service, 123FormBuilder might prove unnecessarily robust for you. Something simpler and cheaper might make more sense for you. But in most cases where you're seeking to collect information from customers, I'd happily recommend 123FormBuilder.
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ProntoForms

From my perspective, ProntoForms happens to be a convenient tool giving our service techs the ability to accurately record issues and document customer locations. It is also a versatile tool in that we have used for vehicle inspection, fleet maintenance (service tech's trucks), shipping checklists, checklists of equipment updates and documentation, site eval forms, project completion, and request for quote forms.
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Pros

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

  • Ease of constructing a form with requisite inputs
  • Customizable look and feel options based on varying requirements in our case
  • Logic based branching & validation
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ProntoForms

  • Flexibility
  • Customization
  • Support
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Cons

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

  • Some employees are intimidated at first. After all, it is html.
  • There is so much functionality that it can be easy for novices to get lost.
  • Will there be more payment flexibility? parents use more of the bank to person payment options.
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ProntoForms

  • Customer facing forms so that the user does not need a subscription to fill it out. As of now, I have no ability to send a customer a form to fill out, so we have to use other methods to do so.
  • Tools that give account owner ability to create custom outputs. Being that I have design and development experience and would be more than capable to design and launch my own custom outputs, I do not have the access to do so.
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Likelihood to Renew

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 6.0
Based on 4 answers
I like the product, but I am no longer in control of the project where this product was being used. However, I would definitely use 123ContactForm on future products
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ProntoForms

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Usability

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 8.0
Based on 1 answer
Easy to install and quickly explain to others how to use
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ProntoForms

No score
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Reliability and Availability

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 8.0
Based on 1 answer
I did not encounter any blackout issues
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ProntoForms

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Performance

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 9.0
Based on 1 answer
The interface was very good and easy to use. Everything loaded quickly and it was easy to integrate other products
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ProntoForms

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Support

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 7.0
Based on 1 answer
Very neutral, did not have to use support a lot
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ProntoForms

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Online Training

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 8.0
Based on 1 answer
I installed 123ContactForm myself and while I had some issues installing it I was able to visit their website and the troubleshooting information they provided in their faq section. They did offer other support if a user needed additional support, but I found the information provided on their website to be more than sufficient
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ProntoForms

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Implementation

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 8.0
Based on 1 answer
123ContactForm was very easy to implement and the content provided by them supported the product very well and answered all of my questions
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ProntoForms

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Alternatives Considered

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

Compared to JotForm or Woofoo, 123ContactForm offers a much better interface and better flexibility than the other tools. I have used JotForm only to get stumped by their inability to push the limits of the form. As for Woofoo, the level of ease of use in terms of their interface leaves much to be desired. Any updates made to their form was down using a WYSIWYG, where with 123ContactForm you can make the updates while building the form
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ProntoForms

We looked for versatility of product and cost effectiveness when trying to choose vendors. Even though the product can be set up by the user or administrator, the more complex parts of the form required help to be done right. Vendors needed to be able to offer their services to get this done in a timely fashion. ProntoForms hit all the marks. We looked at other vendors and they just couldn't replicate or form closely enough.
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Scalability

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) 7.0
Based on 1 answer
It was easy to install and I believe that would make it easy to use across several websites
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ProntoForms

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Return on Investment

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

  • 123ContactForm has been positive for my business. It has saved us money because we did not require any development I was able to do this myself.
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ProntoForms

  • ROI is significant in areas, like our Request for Quote form, where the tech may be at the customer site, sees a potential opportunity, records it with ProntoForms and that submission goes through the process ending up as a quote, where 70% of them turn into work.
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Pricing Details

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

123FormBuilder (formerly 123ContactForm) Editions & Modules

Edition
BasicFree
Gold$192
Platinum$393
Corporate$79/month4
  1. per Month; or $190 per Year
  2. per Month; or $390 per Year
  3. billed annually
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ProntoForms

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

ProntoForms Editions & Modules

Edition
Essentials$151
Advanced$451
EnterpriseContact Us2
  1. Monthly per user
  2. Volume discounts available
Additional Pricing Details

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