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Online questionnaires and surveys are one of the most efficient methods that are used by people all around the world for statistics, to ask questions and to evaluate something; however, this is because of its benefits, like reducing time, getting real answers apart from manipulation or fake results, and it is easy for everyone to use. There are a lot of online survey forms found on Google and using these e-forms are easy; all that one has to do is open the site, register through email and then choose the type of survey one wants to fill in. However, despite the plurality of e-forms, it is essential for companies to have special forms that are relevant to office work and the nature of work conducted by the companies; the forms should also be specific to be used by the companies’ managers and employees. The aim of this study is to create an online questionnaires and surveys website that is specifically to be used by companies. This website makes the work of the companies more efficient and faster; so if they want to evaluate the performance of anything or ask the employees about something or to vote, they can easily use our new website.
Keywords: Online application, questionnaires and surveys, NetBeans.
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