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Enterprise-ready App in 6 weeks – A low-code victory

Enterprise-ready app in 6 weeks

Bundaberg Regional Council works and asset management app.

We talked to Sean Askew, the Network Planning Engineer (Water Services) at Bundaberg Regional Council. To discover just how fast he and Formbird got up and running with their new “works management app”.

Digital reports take the guesswork out of hand-over

No job too small for Formbird - Low code development platform

Low-code development platform Formbird gets organisations big and small automated  One of Formbird’s smallest customer operates a plastics factory with 15 staff. They wanted an application to manage the hand over between shifts. You may know Formbird as the low-code development platform behind enterprise-grade solutions such as the works management application for the water utilities […]

Fleet management and tax compliance – Tenterfield Shire Council gets moving with Formbird

Formbird Fleet Management

Formbird FLEET provides local government actionable maintenance trend data.  Brad Foan, Manager of the Fleet at Tenterfield Shire Council in Northern NSW, manages a fleet of 134 vehicles using primarily paper-based systems and Excel spreadsheets.  When approached by Formbird to trial their industry-aligned fleet management system, built on Formbird’s low-code development platform, Brad jumped at […]

City West Water saves with workforce management upgrade

Winning With Formbird

Formbird FOCUS3 – Industry aligned workforce management app drives efficiency and compliance Australian low-code software platform Formbird has implemented cost-saving productivity enhancements to its industry-aligned workforce management solution; FOCUS3. For City West Water in Victoria, the measures will reduce administrative workload equivalent to at least one full-time position. The upgrade project is ongoing and expects […]

Low-code digital transformation – MongoDB Interview our CEO Mark Hosking

MongoDB Interview Mark Hosking

Formbird’s CEO Mark Hosking talks to Michael and Nic from the MongoDB Podcast “Built With MongoDB” to share details of the Formbird low-code platform and how MongoDB plays a role in the stack and as a backing database for applications built with Formbird. If you would like to jump forward to your question here’s the […]

Forbes Shire Council celebrates 12-month milestone

Getting Started Formbird FLEET

Formbird improves preventative maintenance forecasting Forbes Shire Council Swaps spreadsheets, a whiteboard and a diary for FLEET. Forbes Shire Council in New South Wales is the first user to implement Formbird Fleet, and recently completed their first year of using the fleet management information system. Forbes (located about 5 hours’ drive west of Sydney) has […]

FLEET – NEW functionality ready to fly

On the move with Formbird Fleet

Fleet Management System that makes sense Formbird FLEET’ our in house developed fleet management system is “just another Formbird app“ built on the Formbird PLATFORM. Already well on the way to managing the complete lifecycle of 1500+ fleet assets at the Bundaberg Regional Council. Council has a very diverse fleet that includes Garbage trucks, graders, […]

CWW Driving Performance Through Partnership

City West Water (CWW) is leveraging the key capabilities of the Formbird platform. Not only was the initial implementation of Formbird completed in a record breaking 9 months as discussed here City West Water Implements Enterprise Works Management. CWW have continued delivering results with the Agile capabilities of Formbird. Adopting a continuous improvement program, increasing […]

Formbird and machine learning help transformation of industry efficiency

Leveraging the rapid application development and IoT (Internet of Things) capabilities of the Formbird platform, partners DC Electrical and Corematic implement an end to end solution that provides very accurate productivity for the Macadamia Nut industry, down to the tree level. The key to managing a the industries future yield. Leveraging machine learning to teach […]