Productive Computing, Inc. Introduces New Tools for Customers to Stay Connected.

San Diego, CA – May 13, 2009 – Productive Computing, Inc., a Platinum member of the FileMaker Business Alliance, is proud to announce the availability of a public blog, a technical support forum, a corporate FaceBook account and several Twitter accounts to help customers and the business community stay connected.


The blog will cover business editorials as well as technical articles and will serve as a launching point for community discussions on both.  Users can review the new blog site at:


The support forum will provide a public area where customers can research and post their support questions and where Productive Computing, Inc. staff members can post resolutions that the entire community can benefit from reading.  Users can review the new technical support forum at:


The FaceBook account will provide a “fan” page that will allow users who are comfortable using FaceBook to follow corporate updates and product releases.  Members of FaceBook can become a fan of Productive Computing, Inc. by searching for “Productive Computing, Inc.” once they are logged in.


Three Twitter accounts have been established to allow customers and fans to follow the CEO, CFO and the official corporate news outlet.


Users can follow the company’s CEO and founder, Marc Larochelle at:


Users can follow the company’s CFO and cofounder, Keith Larochelle at:


Users can follow the company’s news broadcasts at:


“We are very excited to be able to provide and explore these new communication channels for our customers, the FileMaker Pro community and the business community at large.  Our ability to share our experiences and expertise in business and technology is magnified tremendously by using these social media tools and we are looking forward to connecting with and opening dialogs with all our customers.” – CFO, Keith Larochelle


About Productive Computing, Inc.

Since 1996, Productive computing, Inc. has created efficiency through automation by helping its clients increase their productivity via custom database development, plug-ins and packaged solutions as well as providing IT support and web development. Its staff of certified FileMaker developers can assist its customers with creating or customizing a complete technology solution to fit their specific business needs.


For more information:

Productive Computing, Inc.

950 Boardwalk, Suite 205

San Marcos, CA  92078

(760) 510-1200