It’s currently living within a backend database that typeform hosts. You can review the results here: https://agilemechs.typeform.com/report/UHCH9j/KCFmYn8PH6ZpuIyH. If I can dig into the back-end I think I might be able to host the data in a different space that is more secure. I think it’s possible because you can embed this form pretty much anywhere so I assume you’d be able to host your data elsewhere, behind the paywall of course. (@axelclark: update- you can export it to a CSV and XLSX file)
You can also see it here: https://agilemechs.typeform.com/report/UHCH9j/KCFmYn8PH6ZpuIyH
but it’s not very interactive
My write up on LinkedIn here:
Tonight I decided to take a stab at using a tool called typeform (https://www.typeform.com) to tell an acquisition strategy story. I used the tool to ask questions that senior leaders often ask us when chairing our Acquisition Strategy Panels (ASPs).
Do you present bedtime slideshows to your kids? We tell stories because thats what compels us as readers. What if we turned our acquisition strategies into stories about how and why we chose to propose our solution in the first place? Utilizing typeform’s open feature-set and the published ASP that I googled, I was able to ask questions based on the template’s guidance, past experience and some critical thinking/ creativity. This will essentially tell the story of why you are looking for a solution, how you will procure it, the different solutions you looked at, how you will support it and what it costs and who it will come from.
The cool part about this is it opens the doors to new innovations using the data on the backend. More to follow on that.
You can find the tool here: https://lnkd.in/gH2Tyzn