Databases are so important for businesses – especially smaller businesses. FileMaker is one of the best databases on the market. I use Microsoft Access and have used Intuit’s QuickBase – both are very good programs also.
FileMaker, Inc. today announced FileMaker Work Requests, a new business application that streamlines an organization’s work order process from the initial request through completion of the work order. FileMaker Work Requests automates the work order process by consolidating work order information in a single, centralized location for easy and instant access by members of the organization, minimizing phone calls, data entry and paper work. The application is scheduled for release in July 2004.
“A typical multi-department organization, such as a school will process thousands of work order requests every year. Work Requests is the perfect solution for operations that want an easy-to-use application to improve the efficiency of their work order process,” said John Dasher, product manager, FileMaker, Inc. “Organizations that make FileMaker Work Requests one of their mainstream office applications will realize immediate gains by eliminating duplicate phone calls, overlooked requests, and missed deadlines.”
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