Go paperless and create your own digital logistics forms for free with Jotform. Just drag and drop to build custom forms to help improve your company’s logistics and supply chain management process. Share your mobile-ready forms with users and instantly store their responses in your secure online account.
Don’t want to start from scratch? Choose from one of our readymade logistics form templates and customize it in seconds with our no-code Form Builder. Simply drag and drop to add or change form elements, upload your own branding, and more.
Ditch the paperwork and start collecting supply chain data online with Jotform’s powerful logistics forms. Create custom forms for each step in the supply chain — from manufacturing to delivery — and see how Jotform can help you increase productivity and streamline your logistics processes.
All forms powered by Jotform are mobile-responsive by default, so users can access and fill out your logistics forms from any device — be it smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer.
Share your forms by embedding a link in your website, sending invitation emails, or by sharing the form link with others to begin collecting submissions right away.
Form submissions are automatically synced and stored in your secure Jotform account. From there, you can organize and manage your responses in an easy-to-read spreadsheet using Jotform Tables, which offers table, calendar, and card views.
I use Jotform with a number of clients, but the two for whom it is most useful are a medical charity and a tennis coaching company. I like the flexibility Jotform offers for gathering registration information and managing workflows triggered by changing the status of membership applications. These help my clients streamline their admin processes and control their admin costs.
Creating an online form shouldn’t be difficult. Jotform’s intuitive online form builder lets anyone create forms in seconds, perfect for collecting registrations, applications, orders, and more. In just a couple of minutes, watch how easy it is to make your first form from scratch.