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Our organization currently relies heavily on infopath and it appears from searching the web MS has no intention of replacing this tool with something else. We are trying to get a feel for what may be a good replacement forms package for sharepoint 2013. Can any expert out there share your thoughts as to what may be a good substitute going forward?
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Infopath is fully supported for SharePoint 2016 on premise, and will be supported until at least 2023. By then, SharePoint may be so different from what it is today that even a different product may also be obsolete as Infopath. Here are a couple of links to some good information that may help you:

https://blogs.office.com/2014/01/31/update-on-infopath-and-sharepoint-forms/

http://www.formotus.com/16643/blog-infopath/microsoft-announces-future-infopath

Hope that helps...
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Thanks!
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