FileMaker in the Fresno Superintendent of Schools
FileMaker DevCon 2017 live FaceBook Interview
David Tsviriko, a Systems Analyst in Human Resources and a FileMaker developer for the Fresno Superintendent of Schools, shares some of his success stories using FileMaker to tame the Binder and Excel beasts so prevalent prior to FileMaker:
His solutions include updating and streamlining the visitor processing, leading to better accountability and security, along with better information of who visits and when.
David prints a detailed name tag that includes a barcode that is used when the visitor leaves.
He also built several systems to track sick days (and sick day overages), produce lots of forms for printing, track payments, and just improve processes while eliminating paperwork in the Human Resources department.
Ho-hum, just your typical success story by a FileMaker Developer.
Well done, David!
Just because something has always been done in a certain way is never a sufficient reason for continuing to do it that way.
– Clarence Birdseye (and every FileMaker developer worth his salt)