- johntashieAsked on March 22, 2011 at 11:32 AM
I am the digital business commmunications person for Malco Theatres. http://www.malco.com. We are a movie chain in the Deep South. Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, etc. We have 35 theatres scattered about. I have used other form builders but have found small issues that prohibited widespread use for Malco. I have used Jotform for some time, but have now see that you have matured quite a bit. Therefore, I would like to use Jotform, but have a couple questions.
I think you have a system like other form builders that allows me to purchase the license and install on my server. With Machform, I create a database on my server and access it at my own discretion. Can I do that with JotForm.
I would be using about 10 to 12 different forms. Right now, I have to access them by logging into JotForm. I want to bypass that aspect, but I dont want to do that unless I have the right equipment...
Do you have any people or businesses or third party people who I could contract with to assist me in creating the forms and user interfaces for them. I dont expect miracles, but I would like to move upward in a lateral sense and not from the bottom up.
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- DanielGriffinAnswered on March 22, 2011 at 11:45 AM
Yes we do provide a licensed version of Jotform which you can place on your own server and access or customize as you see fit. To find out more please visit our parent site:
Or contact a representative here:
With respect to your existing forms, once your own server is set up you can easily import them there. Interlogy will provide free email support to get you started.
- florin_nicolaAnswered on May 21, 2012 at 10:20 AM
I am a small business (www.humanstrategics.ro) and I wonder if there is a licensed version of Jotform for a small business, with 1 to 5 users only that costs much less than the one with 100 users?
- JotForm SupportGoldoAnswered on May 21, 2012 at 04:18 PM
For JotForm licensed concerns please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact them directly here: http://interlogy.com/contact.html