An intuitive web form that collects data across multiple pages. With special reporting features and PDF generation built in, it saves time and manpower when collecting and managing claims.
A well-known firm of company accountants who were managing the administration of a multi-billion dollar company that had been sent into commercial administration.
The administrators needed to gather and collate thousands of claims from creditors around the world. They needed to collect a range of information including ...
They also needed to be able to sort and filter the information collected and export it to their Microsoft Access database.
Due to the nature of the business and to apply with judicial appointments, the work had to be completed on an urgent basis and to a tight schedule.
After a couple of fact-finding conference calls, the project brief was compiled and agreed. I then made a story-board covering the main processing steps and when done, I began building the site directly to a remote server so the client could view the progress in real time.
The claim form questions were set into groups with each group having it's own page. This meant navigation followed an obvious path.
As an international business, the company had creditors around the world so I built a function that allows each claimant to make multiple claims across different currencies.
An essential part of any multi-page form is the ability to review and edit information before submitting it. I made it easy for the users to to do just that.
I built a secure login area for the administration team to manage the claims.
The administrators can quickly search, filter and generate reports from the collected information. The reports can then be downloaded to their Microsoft Access database.
The client wanted to be able to manage specific aspects of the website themselves, so I built the features to do just that.
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