Getting to Know GT eForms 3.0

 

GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 1: Introduction
See how GT eForms™ enables business analysts to create powerful, configurable electronic forms within PeopleSoft, including auto-population, conditional page/segment/field display, rule-based logic, conditional approval routing, and more.
GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 2: Rapid Form Creation
GT eForm's rapid form creation simplifies the process of creating and publishing customized eForms in PeopleSoft with just a few easy steps.
GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 3: Changing the appearance and layout of your eForm
With GT eForms™, business analysts can adjust and extend form functionality entirely on their own, including changing the layout of fields and segments, changing field behavior -- and configuring prompts, dropdowns, related value displays, prepopulation, and dynamic defaulting.
GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 4: Adding unique business logic and rules to your eForm
The GT eForms™ logic engine enables functional analysts to make forms interactive, guiding users through complex processes, adjusting dynamically based on different input, such as hiding fields and segments when they aren't needed. Making a form responsive to user input and other important conditions results in a form that's simple, user-friendly, and accurate.
GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 5: Configuring approval routing, email notifications, and action items
With GT eForms™, the PeopleSoft Approval Workflow Engine (AWE) is already built into every form you create. Beyond that, GT eForms includes functional tools that allow analysts to configure both robust approvals and notifications, without programmers!
GT eForms™ 3.0 - Part 6: Enabling technical extensions for your eForm
If your requirements exceed the configuration-based capabilities of GT eForms™, don't worry. The GT eForms framework supports technical extensions for any level of complexity. Built-in hooks allow PeopleCode to be added to perform complex calculations and validations, data population from non-PeopleSoft systems, as well as automatic entry into PeopleSoft. Developers can change form appearance and behavior, and implement robust search functionality. Form actions can even be performed in batches, or by robot processes.

 

GT eForms In Action

 

For a glimpse into the power and flexibility of eForms solutions, please check out the videos below. Some of these are solutions that Gideon Taylor has created directly. Some are the result of Gideon Taylor and client collaboration, and some have been created exclusively by our clients. These forms and many more are available as part of the GT eForm Library™.

Creating and Configuring Electronic Forms with the NEW GT eForms™ 3.0
See how the new GT eForms™ 3.0 bolt-on provides configuration-based form design and development within PeopleSoft. We'll walk through an example of a business analyst creating an employee bonus award form, featuring functionally-configured auto-population, conditional field and segment displays, restricted valid values, related displays, and condition-based approval routing. Transform ANY form or manual process into a powerful, intelligent, user-friendly electronic form with GT eForms™.
SNEAK PEEK: The NEW GT eForms™ 3.0 (featured at ALLIANCE 2015)
At the Alliance Conference (March 15-18, 2015), we previewed the NEW GT eForms™ 3.0. This demo video was of the pre-Beta version, but features some exciting new functionality, including functionally-driven forms creation and native integration with PeopleSoft's delivered Approval Framework (or AWE). With visual logic mapping, in-form design, automatic updates to PeopleSoft, intelligent data defaulting, and many other great features, there's nothing like it. Dive in and take a quick peek at the NEW GT eForms™ 3.0!
Position Description eForm (University of Oklahoma)
This is a training video produced by the University of Oklahoma (OU), featuring their new Position Description eForm. Built with GT eForms™, the electronic form allows managers and department administrators to easily create and manage position descriptions. With automated workflow and integration, the form ensures that the data is approved and passed between OU's PeopleSoft HCM and their hosted Taleo recruiting system.
GT Department WorkCenters, featuring Job Change, Security Request and I-9 eForm solutions (featured at ALLIANCE 2014)
WorkCenters in PeopleSoft 9.2 are changing the landscape for PeopleSoft users. With a job-centric approach to users' daily tasks, they offer a more efficient user experience with activity-based navigation, keeping your most important tasks and data at your fingertips. See how Gideon Taylor is raising the bar by creating role-based WorkCenters, and integrating workflow-enabled eForms to drive collaborative, workflow-enabled actions.
Super-Charged eForms: Reports-To eForm (Northern Arizona University)
Re-orgs can wreak havoc on an organization's Reports-To structure. See how Northern Arizona University tamed that beast by creating an eForm that automatically updates the reporting structure within PeopleSoft, including flagging inactive positions and adjusting budget tables to reflect positions that are no longer active. One department used the Reports-To eForm to automatically execute over 15,000 transactions, updating the Reports-To relationships of all their positions in one fell swoop.
Super-Charged eForms: Overtime and Stipend eForms (City of Boston)
Overtime is an exception by its very definition and can frequently require unique approvals and processes to accurately manage. This video demonstrates how Boston Public Schools saved both time and money by creating two eForms to manage the entire process for hundreds of employees, starting with the initial approval request budgeted by hours and cost per named individual, tracking through the approval levels, and finally auditing against the actual hours worked by each team member.
Super-Charged eForms: Annual Merit Award eForm (A Private University)
See how a single eForm can automate the annual merit award process for an entire organization, transforming the way merit increases are allocated and delivered across hundreds of employees and multiple departments with a few well-placed mouseclicks.