FormSpring.com changes name to eliminate confusion with social site

FormSpring.com, the Indianapolis-based purveyor of Web forms, has changed its name to Formstack.com.

The change was made to eliminate confusion with a Q&A social site the company launched in late 2009, known as Formspring.me.

“The name change to Formstack is an evolution of our product,” said Chris Lucas, product manager of privately
held Formstack.

Since founded in 2006, the company has racked up customers from 110 countries, providing them numerous Web forms to capture
customer/client information. The product line includes PayPal and other payment integrations for order forms and is touted
as an alternative to businesses’ having to code their own Web sites.

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