Reports to: Director of Solution Architecture
With 25 years exclusively focused on healthcare needs and over 1000 hospital clients, FormFast is recognized as the industry leader in electronic forms and document workflow technology. FormFast’s enterprise software platform integrates with EHRs and other core systems to automate required documents, capturing data and accelerating workflows associated with them. By using FormFast, healthcare organizations achieve new levels of standardization and operational efficiency, allowing them to focus on their core mission – delivering quality care.
FormFast offers its employees the best of a small company atmosphere combined with the excitement of being a leader in the healthcare technology industry. FormFast’s core values are centered around driving the success of our clients and the happiness of our employees. Our employees are smart, motivated and diverse, and thrive in a company culture that, above all else, encourages new ideas, teamwork, and customer success. If you share these qualities and enjoy an entrepreneurial environment, we hope you'll apply today!
FormFast, a Healthcare technology innovator, is focused on improving the efficiency of our customers while lowering their associated costs for patient care and operations through the delivery of an integrated set of workflow solutions.
The Solution Architect role is dedicated to supporting our sales efforts by acting as the technical and product SME. This is a critical role and requires innovative thinkers, clear and strong communicators, technical expertise and a strong background in healthcare.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, professional individual who can function at both a team and individual level, enjoy a dynamic and evolving environment and who is committed to personal excellence and success.
The Solution Architect will contribute through the following core activities:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Qualifications & Requirements
Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed, but are not to be seen as a complete list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required and personnel so classified. Also, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.