WebMerge allows for the creation of PDF files through Wufoo form submissions. This is a really well thought out SAAS product and the support is phenomenal. I just can\’t recommend this product enough. In my particular situation – I have used Wufoo, WebMerge and Zapier to create an automated workflow that takes a form submission and turns it into a beautiful contract and automatically sends it out to clients so that they may get a scope of the project and a contract to sign – all within seconds of filling out a web form. Without WebMerge, I would have had to write some custom code that I would have had to maintain and update and for the very fairly priced WebMerge – it was a nobrainer. Jeremy is a highly skilled developer and his support has been greatly appreciated when I hit some technical snags. His answers made perfect sense and I was able to see the true maturity of the WebMerge product as a few of my questions were quickly answered with already thought of and baked in features that I simply was overlooking.
I purchase and subscribe to dozens of SAAS products and I rank this one up with the top. ie: freshbooks, g-suite etc. If you are wondering which app to use to automate PDF creation – look no further. Sign up for WebMerge, get through the fast learning curve and you\’ll have a powerful tool in your arsenal. Just power through it like I did and you\’ll be happy you did. The opportunities to make money using this tool are insane. You have to get into it to fully see them though. I hope this tip and my review is helpful.
The UI – But I have become less interested in UI overall as a way to rate a SAAS product because WebMerge is a great example of a ROCK SOLID solution that may not have the prettiest of UIs. Don’t let it fool you – it’s powerful, reliable and well supported.
Would it do what I needed it to do and did it integrate with the usual SAAS products… And it passed both tests.
I am compressing the time it takes for my client to get a proposal request and get a contract over for signature. This time was around a day and is now about 15 to 45 seconds. Pretty amazing.