Managing events is really simple. You simply load the event, add the cars and then assign parts to those cars for the event by clicking on the parts you are using, whether they be during the event or afterwards. A detailed report is available for a single vehicle or for all vehicles.
This video describes a typical solution and shows the ways that newbies often use but which are not the right way to solve the problem. (The accompanying example file is completely open so you can get under the hood and learn from it).
This video describes a redesign project for a comic book store in Kentucky. The owner had, with limited FileMaker™ experience or knowledge, put together a solution that worked (kind of) but wasn’t allowing him to do what he needed to do. Even though it was done in FileMaker™, it still required significant normalization. Once that […]
People keep asking me about QuickBooks integration but I’m a firm believer that you can manage your business better if you only use QB (or any other accounting program for that matter) to post journal entries and use FileMaker™ to handle the detailed reporting. This short video describes how you can extract the numbers, out […]