At the heart of Quik! is a core architecture that all Quik! products and services share in common: the Quik! Field Definition. The purpose of the Field Definition is to make all forms and documents work in the same manner through a defined set of field types with common field names. Over the years, the Quik! Field Definition has grown to over 500,000 unique fields.
As an example of the power of the Quik! Field Definition: consider a person's name that is stored in a CRM. Whether a given form's job is to open a new account, change an address, or add a beneficiary, it typically will ask for the account owner's name. Thanks to the Quik! Field Definition, any time a form requires a person's first and last name, that same name will appear on the form in the correct place, regardless of how the form is visually designed. The Quik! Field Definition makes this possible by ensuring the same fields across all our forms are built the exact same way.
The Quik! Field Definition is highly organized and well structured. For more information on the details of how the Quik! Field Definition works, check out the Quik! Field Definition Reference Guide.