I'm working on a new SharePoint public-facing website for my company, and need to replicate a feature of our current site, which we call 'landing pages'.
The concept is that my marketing team can create a form, with a short url, which can be emailed to prospects or customers depending on the current marketing campaign.
The form would ask the typical info, such as first name, last name, organization, address (if the person completing our forms want a demo CD of our product), etc. Once the user submits the form, we'd want to store the information in SharePoint, and execute custom code on the back end to have our CRM (NetSuite) updated with brief tracking information.
The current system was a custom built .NET solution (written by me), but we're looking for a more established, 3rd party/commercial solution now, one that's proven to work with SharePoint Server 2010 and comes with good recommendations.
I found one possible solution, SharePoint FormWebpart which looks good, albeit a little on the expensive side. Has anyone used this? Are there any alternative solutions for what I'm describing above?
Any advice would be appreciated :)