Formstack, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company with a mission to transform the way people collect data and put it to work, announces it has found a new home in the Nickel Plate District in downtown Fishers, Indiana. Formstack will reside on the third floor of 11671 Lantern Road, sharing the building with gastropub Four Day Ray Brewing.
“The City of Fishers shares the same spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation we hold dearly at Formstack,” said Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. “Our move to Fishers is a reinvestment and recommitment to the growing tech ecosystem in central Indiana.”
Formstack was founded by Ade Olonoh in February 2006 to provide users with a simple online data capture solution. Since 2006, Formstack has grown into a robust platform that helps users of all industries better engage with their customers and manage data. Led by CEO Chris Byers since 2010, Formstack has launched dozens of new products and has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. by Inc. Formstack is a perennial Best Places to Work in Indiana honoree and Indianapolis Business Journal Fast 25 company.
“Our efforts to bring top-tier companies like Formstack to Fishers have been key to becoming one of the best places to live in America,” said Scott Fadness, Mayor of the City of Fishers. “We recognize the impact Formstack has on the SaaS community, and we’re proud that they’ve decided to relocate to Fishers.”
This announcement follows Formstack’s acquisition of Toronto-based QuickTapSurvey in 2018 and Fast Forms in 2017, along with its growing corporate footprint and key product launches like Formstack Go and Community Forms.
For more information about Formstack and its product offerings, visit Formstack.com.