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I need a term to search for contact form Software as a Service (SaaS) provider

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There is this service for website owners which is a both an email server (Backend as a Service) and a comfortable GUI for creating contact forms (Frontend as a Service).

Website owners who don't want to start dealing with Email DNS records in their infrastructures and with contact form add-on modules ("plugins") for their content management systems can rent the service of such service providers and get an (hopefully) well established and well venerated email server and a comfortable system to create contact forms;
The rest is just redirecting a visitor/potential-customer to such contact form via the main navigation menu (through a regular "Contact us" link) and after the form submission is complete the visitor/potential-customer would be redirected back to the original website.

What is the common term for such services? I didn't find many such service providers with "contact form outsourcing" and some similar terms.

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Perhaps "contact form as a service"? JohnDoea‭ about 1 month ago

I think you will get better search results using "contact form service" instead. Results indicate headlines like "custom forms with no server code", "simple contact form service" and others. All the solutions seem to allow the client to construct the form and use it as a third-party service. Alexei‭ about 1 month ago

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