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FileMaker Sync for Pro, Go and iPad: GoZync 5 | SeedCode

FileMaker Sync for Pro, Go and iPad: GoZync 5 | SeedCode | All things Filemaker  Go | Scoop.it

Sync your FileMaker Go files anytime, anywhere, and use them offline. Update and deliver new builds without using cumbersome workarounds like email or iTunes.

 

No matter where your users are, GoZync will protect the integrity of your data over nearly any connection


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Water Quality Inspections Using iPads, FileMaker 12, and GoZync | Seedcode

Water Quality Inspections Using iPads, FileMaker 12, and GoZync | Seedcode | All things Filemaker  Go | Scoop.it

Syncing On-Site Inspections - SeedCode

 

Water Quality Inspections Using iPads, FileMaker 12, and GoZync FullCity Consulting built this solution for a private company tasked with managing water quality in open bodies of water across large parts of two states.

 

FullCity Consulting built this solution for a private company tasked with managing water quality in open bodies of water across large parts of two states.

 

FullCity created their own FileMaker Go files, then used GoZync to sync inspections made offline with their client’s main FileMaker 12 solution.

 

Previously they were managing their workflow (from onsite service reports to state required reporting) on paper and using Access running under Parallels on a single Mac in the owner’s office. FullCity’s Adam Aronson recalls:

 

“When I first visited them there was a stack of service reports on the owner’s desk (2″ high!) that represented 60 days of invoices that had yet to be sent out.

I referred to this as ‘self imposed Net-90′.

Additionally, the information represented on the service reports needed to be aggregated yearly into a specific format for state reporting requirements.

Collecting all of the data and reentering it into Access (for printing the reports) was taking the two owners a ridiculous amount of time.”

 

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