By Stuart Woodhouse, 13 May 2015
We are pleased to announce that FileMaker have today released version 14 of their software for desktop and iOS.
We are all incredibly excited by this release. It brings some new features that the developers have wanted/needed and we can see areas where we can further enhance your solutions. FileMaker WebDirect and FileMaker Go make some big leaps forward and both products are starting to ‘mature’ really nicely.Read more →
By Stuart Woodhouse, 18 February 2015
Xero remains the number one piece of software our clients want their FileMaker solution integrated with.
This has been the case for nearly five years now, but what we are finding is that clients are keen to integrate FileMaker and Xero in different ways, and for different business reasons.Read more →
By Stuart Woodhouse, 17 February 2015
Okay I’m an account manager so please don’t hold your breathe for any technical wonderments in this article. What you will read is what we have experienced in terms of developing FileMaker WebDirect solutions.
We have been lucky to work with two clients over the last few months where we have developed WebDirect solutions (we also have another three WD projects on the go).Read more →
By Stuart Woodhouse, 16 January 2015
Bringing together our love of FileMaker and Xero was always going to be a natural fit for Digital Fusion. We use Xero ourselves and when we come across clients using FileMaker and Xero we get excited, its a brilliant combination of running a business.Read more →
By Stuart Woodhouse, 26 November 2014
Over the past twelve months we have been approached by a number of clients to develop a solution as a proof of concept. What a client deems a proof of concept can sometimes vary but in essence it’s to develop a solution as a ‘minimum viable product’Read more →
By Stuart Woodhouse, 20 August 2013
Next week three DF'ers are heading to Xerocon in Sydney. As first timers we thought we better make a bit of a splash so have been putting our 'thinking caps' on and have come up with a bit of a competition (of sorts)Read more →