How does your business interact with its customers? Some businesses are able to get by without any formal tools or processes, but many rely on a customer relationship management (CRM) … Read More
The newest version of our FileMaker vertical solution, Vessel Service Solutions, has just hit the shelf and we’re happy to report that there are a lot of new features in … Read More
FileMaker 17 is here and with it are a lot of new features. In this blog specifically, we’re going to discuss FileMaker Server 17 and the new FileMaker Admin API. … Read More
Updated 5/28/2020 When FileMaker 17 was released it came with a bevy of new development tools and features. Chief among these new tools was the FM Data Migration Tool, which … Read More
The Core5 Starter Edition CRM comes with an impressive level of QuickBooks integration right out of the box. It can connect to QuickBooks Desktop or Online.
Productive Computing, Inc. recently assisted a customer integrate BigCommerce with their Core4 CRM FileMaker solution. The customer sells restoration parts for the MOPAR auto industry and they had recently upgraded to FileMaker 16.
macOS High Sierra was released on September 25 and we worked diligently to test and update each of our plug-ins to confirm compatibility with the new OS. If you have updated to High Sierra make sure you download an updated plug-in.
Here at Productive Computing we have made it our business to know all there is about QuickBooks and FileMaker integrations and to offer our clients an array of products and services to help them get up and running with an integration.
This blog provides step-by-step instructions on how to connect your Vessel Service Solutions file with your QuickBooks Online account.
In order to setup your Core5 Starter Edition CRM with your QuickBooks Online file, there are a number of steps you need to take. We have a few of videos … Read More
FileMaker 16 was just released and that blue color scheme is not the only thing that’s new! FileMaker 16 is debuting with some exciting updates for both Windows and Mac users.
Here is how it works, when a distress call is received any employee can assign that case (using a desktop or iOS device) to a captain. The captain then receives the case on an iPad or iPhone and, after assisting the boater, he updates the case with customer and service information, grabs a signature, and submits the case back to dispatch.