Streamlining Your Organization With Formstack Suite

Why You Should Attend?

Organizations are looking for ways to streamline business processes and workflows to improve efficiency. Streamlining operations not only saves time and cost but also makes data collection more accurate and timely.

Learn how to streamline and automate processes to achieve operational excellence on September 16th at 10am Eastern Time, 2021. Join NewPath Consulting in welcoming our partner, Formstack, and our client, International Ministerial Fellowship (IMF). In this live webinar, we’ll look at how NewPath Consulting helped IMF automate essential internal workflows and saved tons of time and resources by converting hours of manual paper work fully electronic through Formstack.

Formstack is a workplace productivity platform that helps organizations streamline digital work through no-code online forms, documents, and signatures. IMF is an association of evangelical Christian churches, ministers and lay workers with an emphasis on the centrality of Christ and the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit. Some of their services include, but not limited to appropriate ministerial credentials, ecclesiastical endorsement for chaplains, missions sending agency services, and various training resources.

What You Will Learn?

  • How to simplify application process
  • Turning manual Membership Renewals and Reports digital
  • Signage and Creation of Digital Documents
  • Best practices to digitalize manual work and save time

Speakers

  • Alex Sirota, NewPath Consulting
  • Chris Lorentz, International Ministerial Fellowship
  • Bryce DeHart, Formstack

About the author

Alex is a pioneer in using the cloud to meet the needs of small and medium sized business (SMBs) and membership-based organizations. He has a BSc in computer science from the University of Michigan and has worked as a product manager at two Internet startups. Alex is a father of 2 and plays the trumpet for fun. He is the founder and the president of the University of Michigan Alumni Club of Toronto.