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NetE-nable

What Is NetE-nable?

NetE-nable is our web add-on to ExpertScan that allows you to collect information using the internet, signifcantly increasing the versatility of how you gather data.

A major advantage of NetE-nable is that it allows data from both your paper and electronic forms to be collected by the same software in one easy-to-use package.

But the real benefit is for the people who will use this improvement – your customers, patients, employees, and other target audiences.

  • NetE-nable provides a more convenient way for respondents to tell you about your company or organization, in ways they might not if provided with only paper forms.
  • Creating an online survey using NetE-nable is easier for you, and completing it is straightforward for your customers.
  • ExpertScan imports this timely, actionable data into an Access database and creates built-in histogram, trend and comments reports for you.
  • No additional hardware needed.
  • Paper and Web form data populates the same database!

In short, ExpertScan with NetE-nable makes your automated data collection faster, easier and more cost-effective.

 

How Does It Work?

  • Step 1:
  • You design your form or survey in ExpertScan.
  • Step 2:
  • Your forms and surveys are stored on the NetE-nable server in a secure environment along with any data that is collected. It only takes about 7 clicks of your mouse to complete the process of publishing your form or survey to the web.
  • Step 3:
  • In 4 clicks you can easily retrieve your data from the NetE-nable server. This data populates an Access database along with data from any paper version of the same form or survey. After retrieval, that particular data on the NetE-nable server is removed.
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“Once we started thinking about all the routine data collection tools we could web enable, we realized that our biggest problem is that our scanners would get rusty!”