Recently, we have had people asking us what makes Proof's support different. It really starts with our belief that support shouldn't be complicated. And we find that the best way to keep it simple is to define support broadly and avoid the fine print.
Proof has worked with Montclair Kimberley Academy and Texas Lutheran University to migrate their mission critical FileMaker databases from FMP6 to FMP9. These projects were undertaken with several key goals in mind, none more important than preserving all of the features and functionality into which both institutions have invested so much energy and money over the past years.
We are happy to announce that Proof has been accepted into FileMakers FBA program. You can check out our profile at: http://filemaker.com/solutions/find/consultants.html
Proof has accepted an invitation to join FileMaker, Inc. in their booth at NECC in Atlanta, GA, June 24-27. We will be presenting examples of using FileMaker’s Web Viewer to dynamically display useful visual representations of data stored in a FileMaker Pro database. We will highlight charting data and mapping addresses using the Google Maps API.
Proof is excited to introduce Andy Chase as the newest member of our team. Andy comes to Proof with over 10 years of experience developing sites and applications for the web. In addition to his extensive experience with PHP and Java-based content management systems, Andy has done work integrating web technologies with FileMaker Pro. Andy has also written articles about PHP programming for Wired Publications and was a contributing author and technical reviewer for books published by Wrox Press, Ltd.