A quick update on our progress
Summer saw us launch DayBack Online with support for FileMaker as it’s first data source. This gets us ready for Google and Salesforce datasources while gives our existing FileMaker customers a deployment option in the browser–it also makes it really easy for them to try out the app and wire it up to their own data before they purchase.
Loving #DayBack from @seedcode. Great tool, totally deserves its award from #FileMakerDevCon. Great support as well.
— Tim Neudecker on Twiter
We’re leading in our FileMaker niche and won the 2015 FileMaker Excellence Award for our work on DayBack. Tanner Ellen accepted the award for us at the FileMaker Developer’s Conference (it’s his hard work they’re rewarding). At the conference we also demonstrated DayBack’s integrations with Slack and Harvest, and in August shipped those integrations along with instructions for developers to create their own integrations.
You are amazing. The support from SeedCode is outstanding and I just can’t thank you enough.
— Adam Howley
Shipping these new features wouldn’t have happened without the largest beta team we’ve ever had with us; a huge thanks to everyone who logged in to DayBack, poked around, and set us feedback on the beta!!
It’s very gratifying to finally get the app up in a browser and in front of more people. You make a lot of decisions and leave a lot out in order to ship stuff like this. SeedCode’s John Sindelar will be speaking about that in Chicago at Find Your Moose. His session is titled “Do Less.”