Accessing the Eform Server
To access the eform server, go to https://eform1.uwec.edu
Purpose of the Eforms Conversion Project
The purpose of the LTS Eforms Conversion Project is to convert forms from their current print, web, PDF, MS Word, or other format into a digital format supported by the BP Logix software. Reasons for converting a form vary but often include one or more of the following features of BP Logix.
- Ability to attach legal, digital signatures as the form moves from its initiator to authorizer(s)
- Ability to add documents as attachments to the form
- Ability to notify people through email when a form action is needed and when the form has been completed
- Ability to track the form while it is in progress and see where it is at any given time
- Ability to search for the form using key word in any of the form fields during the form routing and after it is completed
- Ability to generate reports by pulling data from the forms
- Ability to access the completed forms at any time by searching for them rather than having to print and file them in paper copies
How to Get Started with a Form Conversion Project
If you have a form that you feel is a good candidate for conversion, go to the form, Request a Form for Electronic Conversion. You will need to log in using your UW-Eau Claire username and password. Complete the form and submit it. One of the Eforms Conversion Team members will contact you.
Viewing Forms in Production
To see examples of eforms already converted and in production, go to https://eform1.uwec.edu. You will need to log in using your UW-Eau Claire username and password. The forms to examine are located in the bottom left quadrant under the department that owns the particular form.
How to Request a Change to an Existing Eform
You may request a change to an existing eform by completing the form, Eform Change Request located under LTS on the eforms server.
Eforms Training Materials Available
The Eforms Team
The LTS staff members who comprise the Eform Team are Mike Skarp, server administrator and technical support, Beth Kranz, technical and design support, and William Cox, the LTS Technical Services Manager.