From Dwayne Wright PMP
Certified FileMaker Developer
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Last night I attended the monthly Seattle FileMaker Professional User Group (FMPUG) and the nights agenda was dedicated to a DocuBin presentation from Michael Gaslowitz of 360Works.
GETTING THE LINKS OUT OF THE WAY
Docubin (click here)
360Works (click here)
Seattle FMPUG (click here)
FMPUG (click here)
BLOWN AWAY WITH THE ATTENTION TO DETAIL
Any long term FileMaker developer will have to be amazed at the overall fit and finish of this application. The user interface is clean, workflow is straight forward and the integration with multiple plug-ins seems almost flawless. Michael mentioned in the meeting that the product took over 2 years to go from conceptional thought to its availability on the 360Works shopping cart. It shows and is obviously a labor of love from all the developers involved!
I have to admit that before the 2 hour presentation concluded, I was at the point where my input cup runneth over. My super SME is on vacation and he was very bummed out about it. If he had been there, I'm certain he would be giving me an earful all week.
DOCUBIN, IS IT THE SYSTEM FOR YOU?
Before jumping to that decision, I would recommend accessing your asset management requirements. It is always unwise to look at a solution and then try to find a problem to match it. At the very least, Docubin shines an important spotlight on the 360Works plugin technologies it utilizes.
I would be keenly interested in hearing your thoughts about Docubin or digital asset management topics in general. Thanks! Dwayne
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