CUS09 - How to Work Effectively with a FileMaker Partner - John Taylor and Dionne Fleener

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Dionne Fleener (Cook Medical) John Taylor (Los Angeles School Police Department)

Session Description

John Taylor - Los Angeles School Police Department

 

This session will assist the in house developer in understanding when to bring an outside development company in to assist with a project. Once that company is brought into assist with the project, how to interact with that company’s project manager and developer. This would include how to present the project, give your ideas from both the person that will be an end user as well as a developer of the system or application. Using lessons learned on the benefits and pitfalls on developing the back end and user interface based on both perspectives.

 

Dionne Fleener - Cook Medical

 

Much of the challenge of working with a FileMaker partner is also working with the system users. Learning to manage their expectation while working through a new solution is a skill. I give my partner time to work and let the users know that work is being done.

What you should know

The individual should have a basic knowledge and understanding of project management and development but is not essential.

Products & Technologies

  • Pro/Advanced

What You Will Learn

  • Learn how to present your work flow
  • Develop and package your ideas on how you envision the project to materialize
  • How to integrate your ideas with those of the project manager and developer
  • Running with shared ideas to the final project

Session Materials

  • Are available for download.

Outcomes