2020 started off a little harsh for all businesses, when the world-changing and uninvited visitor a.k.a COVID-19 took the limelight.

The pandemic reshaped and will continue to affect how we do business. The changes in customer behavior and emerging community risks will pivot our business models 360° from the usual.

Even if restrictions end soon and the virus is suppressed for good, its effects on the business world will linger. So the big question is “How will you adapt from the unprecedented changes?”.

This equates to more pronounced technology innovation, data science, cashless transactions, and more.

But, the truth is it is not easy to have a business recovery plan after the crisis.

It is most possible that you have to rely on technological solutions and while you’re at it, consider one that fits your business needs and help you save money.

What should you do to survive from the COVID-19 business crisis?

The better question would be “Can your business go online?” or “Are you creative enough to rethink your resources?”.

It may mean offering deliveries, adjusting your operating hours,
or advocating remote work set up.

As a vital part of business recovery, owners must have a good degree of flexibility. Adapting to the current situation is your key pass to survive what COVID has brought to businesses.

It is necessary that you maintain your connection to your customers while ensuring safety for your staff too. And the most effective way to do this is… 🥁 (drumroll please)… to shift your business digitally.

Businesses Moving To Digital Since COVID-19

Digital transformation among businesses has been accelerated since COVID-19 after offices started closing and work-from-home being enforced. A large portion of the workforce shifted to flexible working arrangements. Indeed, COVID pressured businesses to increase their web presence.

As part of everyone’s compliance with the government’s initiative to contain the spread of the virus, most customer-facing businesses shifted to the remote.

Here are ways on how these businesses cope with the help of online form automation.

EmailMeForm form for Medical Staff
Monitor your staff’s temperature in the fight against COVID-19 to keep them safe.
EmailMeForm form for Employee
Registration forms for employees returning to work amidst COVID-19.
EmailMeForm form for Community Epidemic Screening
Investigative screening within a community to prevent and control pneumonia caused by COVID-19.
EmailMeForm form for SaaS Application Research
Research regarding SaaS applications usage when remote work is implemented.
EmailMeForm form for COVID-19 Community Readiness
Survey for assessment on how your company around your community is prepared in enduring COVID-19.

These are only a few examples of EmailMeForm editable templates prepared for COVID business recovery.

Premade forms will not only save you time—it will help minimize physical contact while allowing you to operate your business with social distancing or remotely.

The challenging transformation

The disruptive transformation brought immeasurable losses especially to those who have little knowledge of online platforms.

But here’s where we come in…

One advantage that non-tech-savvy entrepreneurs have is the availability of a “no-code” online form builder like EmailMeForm with features helpful for this shift or as part of your business recovery after COVID-19.

In our hope to help your business retrieve back the glory taken by COVID-19, EmailMeForm has powerful tools that can support your “new normal”. Securely collect and process data from our forms that compliantly follow industry regulations.

EmailMeForm Tools For Digital Work

  1. Collect credit card information

    Vault, the PCI Certified solution of EmailMeForm can process payments offline so you can charge your clients later. At the same time, this helps you give your clients flexible billing, helping them cope with the uncertainty of the current crisis. When COVID-19 already gave the health anxiety they unwanted, your trusty tool like Vault can safely collect sensitive information.

  2. Integrate online payments

    The rise of cashless transactions is especially visible during these times. Easily enable payments in your online forms so there will be no physical contact whenever you close the deal.

  3. Include electronic signatures

    Capture official signatures from your customers to close your deal, without the need to mess up scanners and printers. COVID-19 has all sorts of business deals.

  4. Add images

    One industry most affected by this pandemic is the food industry. Coping up, they turn to online ordering, and adding images of your offer tends to attract more customers.

  5. Give access to sub users

    So your team is going remote? No problem because you can easily manage members with our granular controls to share form data and collaborate. Additionally, integrate to your favorite apps to make work easier.

EmailMeForm COVID-19 Forms helping business recovery

To assist your recovery from the pandemic, EmailMeForm prepared forms aiding your rebound back to your business as usual. Just contact us if you have a sample you need built or let us know what other types of forms you need.

Business and EmailMeForm

A good thing to remember is that there’s an opportunity for every disaster. COVID-19 might have disrupted the flow of your business but it will not end there. Re-start how you do business and produce results you never thought you are capable of.

Automating your business with EmailMeForm’s all-in-one solution forms can jumpstart a new business angle as you rise from the effects of COVID-19.

Prepare your business recovery strategy with EmailMeForm and come back stronger.

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Author Jennifer Poblete

Jennifer Poblete

Jennifer is an electronics engineer who loves writing as much as she loves numbers. She enjoys eating and a slice of pizza makes her happy.

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