Developers without Borders
We work with companies in a range of sectors, and always look forward to discovering activities we barely knew existed. Geographically speaking, most of our clients are currently either in BC or in Germany; others in the US and various European countries.
You are welcome to contact us in English, French, German, Spanish or Swedish.
Committed to FileMaker
FileMaker is a great tool for building database solution that continue to evolve with the users needs. The platform has come a very long way, and we’re very excited about what continued development of the product line is bringing.
Committed to Our Clients
Some clients need something new every week, while we hear from others maybe only once a year, but we strive to build long-term relationships, we are always there for our clients, and we always talk straight.
Staying Up to Date
We therefore only take work with the most current FileMaker versions (currently, FileMaker 14 and FileMaker 15), including custom iOS applications built with the FileMaker iOS Application SDK. If you are currently using an older version, we do have extensive experience the various methods available for bringing older solutions up to today’s standards.
We regularly attend and support events like the FileMaker Developer Conference in the U.S., the Conférence Québecoise des Développeurs FileMaker in Canada, the German-language FileMaker Konferenz and the .fmp unconference in Berlin.
Sometimes you also just have to take a little time to “play” with FileMaker, and see how you can push the borders.
Sharing our own experiences and hearing about those of others is what allows us to be able to come up with a creative solution to whatever challenge we and our customers encounter.
That obviously doesn’t stop us from developing modular, re-usable code for very generic functions – while keeping even that code customizable.
There are certainly cases where ready-made solutions (FileMaker-based or otherwise) are the best choice. But your needs warrant the extra investment, there’s just no comparison to what you can achieve with custom database development.