Micro System Designs today announced the release of WebFormFillTM, a software program designed to make buying products on the Web easier by automatically filling in user shipping and billing information.
The company claims that WebFormFill is compatible with any Web site. The program analyzes each form to determine the correct placement of name, address, phone, credit card and e-mail information. WebFormFill stores all personal data on the shopper’s local hard drive, thereby reducing the risks that private information will be stolen or misused.
“With the increase in online shopping, most Web sites require users to fill in an electronic shopping basket and then proceed to a checkout counter where they type in all the necessary information. This often results in the tedious process of typing in the same information over and over again at each shopping site,” says Max Dunn, president of Micro System Designs. “With WebFormFill, users only need to enter information once and then it does the rest of the work with any online form.”
Since WebFormFill resides on the user’s computer, it reduces the risk of private information being stored at many different Web sites, which is the concern of many users with current electronic wallet programs on the market today.
Pricing and Availability
WebFormFill is available today via the Internet at www.maxlock.com/wf for US $14.95, or on disk, including printed documentation for $24.95 plus shipping. A 30-day demonstration copy of WebFormFill may be downloaded from www.maxlock.com/wf/download.htm.
Founded in 1988, Micro System Designs, Inc. is a developer of software and hardware to transfer and secure information on desktop PCs. The company’s recently released product, WebPasskey, has received a five-star rating from ReviewNow.com and the Editor’s Choice Award from ZDNet.