• Company Overview

Field2Base is a software company that drives digital transformations by offering businesses customized mobile forms, automated workflows, and real-time analytics. We offer easy-to-use technology that allow customers to mobilize their workforce and grow their business, while saving time and money. Located in Morrisville N.C., near Research Triangle Park, we provide custom solutions to a variety of industries including construction, engineering, utilities, healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, and government agencies.

2002

David Lea and Ed Holloway launch Field2Base.

January 2003

Our eventual Chairman, Ed White, becomes a major investor in Field2Base.

2003

We move into our first office, in Town Hall Commons, and we acquired our first client in the construction industry.

2003-2005

Field2Base hires a core group of developers and QA staff to handle growing demand.

2006

Mobile Forms is added to our suite of products, expanding our reach in the mobile forms industry.

2008

As a result of the nationwide housing crisis, Field2Base reduces overall staff to a core group of nine individuals.

2009 – 2010

We begin to target additional verticals to compensate for the loss of construction clients. We also add our Data Integration Module (DIM) to our platform.

April 2010

Apple releases the iPad – a huge boost to our already strong tablet solutions.

2011 – 2013

Field2Base adopts Android platform and acquires three Fortune 500 companies as valued customers.

2014 – 2015

Our Enterprise Dispatch Module (EDM), Data Upload Utility (DUU), Workflow 1.0 products are released.

2015

Verizon and Smithfield Foods are added to our growing list of enterprise customers.

2016

Our Learning Center, Workflow 2.0, and mobile payment processing is released. Our Board of Directors also unanimously reinvests $1.7 million back into the company.

2017

Field2Base undergoes a tremendous amount of internal changes including:
Feb. | Hired CEO, Thomas Bright
Jun. | Form Analytics released
Jun. | Hired first VP of Marketing, Nicky Peele
Jul. | Hired 12 additional employees to support sales, marketing, and customer success
Jul. | Expanded office space by 2,500 sq. ft.
Aug. | Hired first VP of Customer Success, Rachel Braynin
Sept. | Hired first VP of Sales, Andrew Roane
Sept. | QuickBooks integration released
Nov. | Web client and Shared forms released
Nov. | Launched new logo and website

2002

David Lea and Ed Holloway launch Field2Base.

January 2003

Our eventual Chairman, Ed White, becomes a major investor in Field2Base.

2003

We move into our first office, in Town Hall Commons, and we acquired our first client in the construction industry.

2003-2005

Field2Base hires a core group of developers and QA staff to handle growing demand.

2006

Mobile Forms is added to our suite of products, expanding our reach in the mobile forms industry.

2008

As a result of the nationwide housing crisis, Field2Base reduces overall staff to a core group of nine individuals.

2009 – 2010

We begin to target additional verticals to compensate for the loss of construction clients. We also add our Data Integration Module (DIM) to our platform.

April 2010

Apple releases the iPad – a huge boost to our already strong tablet solutions.

2011 – 2013

Field2Base adopts Android platform and acquires three Fortune 500 companies as valued customers.

2014 – 2015

Our Enterprise Dispatch Module (EDM), Data Upload Utility (DUU), Workflow 1.0 products are released.

2015

Verizon and Smithfield Foods are added to our growing list of enterprise customers.

2016

Our Learning Center, Workflow 2.0, and mobile payment processing is released. Our Board of Directors also unanimously reinvests $1.7 million back into the company.

2017

Field2Base undergoes a tremendous amount of internal changes including:

Feb. | Hired CEO, Thomas Bright
Jun. | Form Analytics released
Jun. | Hired first VP of Marketing, Nicky Peele
Jul. | Hired 12 additional employees to support sales, marketing, and customer success
Jul. | Expanded office space by 2,500 sq. ft.
Aug. | Hired first VP of Customer Success, Rachel Braynin
Sept. | Hired first VP of Sales, Andrew Roane
Sept. | QuickBooks integration released
Nov. | Web client and Shared forms released
Nov. | Launched new logo and website