Making the Case for FileMaker

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JASON FISKE (FILEMAKER, INC.)

Session Description

This session is intended to discuss the importance on developing a compelling and effective case study or Return on Investment analysis of existing or proposed FileMaker based solutions. We will review several ways in which empirical data can be used to describe the benefits of a given solution. Examples include, time saved, opportunities created, risks managed or avoided and standards that can be complied with. Additionally, this session will provide guidance on how to determine what the most important internal metrics for success are. We will describe and show real world examples of successful internal presentations that resulted in huge improvements in quality of life and access to resources for those FileMaker advocates that prepared and presented these case studies.

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What You Will Learn
  • The most effective ways in which FileMaker projects can be proposed and evaluated within businesses
  • Specific case studies as examples of effective communications that resulted in very positive outcomes for the FileMaker teams involved
  • Communications styles and resources available to assist you in building an effective business case

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