Tidalfire established its Environmental Policy after carefully considering what our values, aims and objectives were for the business. This was done in collaboration with Trees4Scotland.
Tidalfire provides tools for capturing information using digital forms on desktop,
web and mobile. This improves data accuracy, reduces costs, speeds up
transactions and results in a significantly better customer experience.
Our forms solutions are built around the client’s requirements and can be
mapped to internal systems using the technology that best meets the need. This
can revolutionise a business’s approach to collecting and analysing customer
data through the reduction of paper by utilising electronic forms to capture and
Benefits within a business include:
• Collect and distribute management information quickly and efficiently.
• Enable a business to communicate more cost-effectively.
• Reduce the company’s carbon footprint by using less paper.
• Integrate with existing tools and processes.
• Increase response rates from surveys.
• Go mobile with digital forms for tablets and smartphones.
• Give your business a competitive advantage through improved customer service and communication.
The Tidalfire Pledge
Throughout the year Tidalfire Ltd will plant a number of trees in Teaghlach
Wood on the completion of a digital forms project. This runs in tandem with our
environmental policy to reduce our carbon footprint, print, paper and energy
Trees4Scotland was founded in 2008 and is dedicated to planting native
permanent woodlands in Scotland.
By working with landowners, businesses and the general public they have a
completely sustainable model that will continue to plant trees long after
Teaghlach Wood is completed.
All trees planted by Trees4Scotland are varieties native to Scotland such as oak,
birch, willow and rowan and they will be establishing permanent woodlands.
Their current project is called Teaghlach Wood, located near the village of
Comrie, in Scotland’s central Highlands.