Jon Williams, Managing Partner of Grindley Williams Engineering, approached Apple consultants for ideas. The Apple consultants referred him to DocuWrx knowing the variety of solutions DocuWrx produces. After contact was made, a DocuWrx Solutions Consultant arranged meetings with Grindley Williams to identify specific workflows, processes, and challenges. The Solutions Consultant analyzed how work was being completed, and where the process could be improved by a FileMaker solution. With this information gathered, a detailed quote with hard figures was presented to the firm, free of charge or obligation.
After the proposal was approved, and the process shifted to design. A Solutions Architect thoroughly planned out the solution, keeping in mind workflows and challenges. Consulting with Grindley Williams for approval, DocuWrx designed a solution to meet the firm’s needs.
The next phase was the actual build process. DocuWrx developers went to work bringing the solution to life, employing the Agile Development Method. This method provided adaptive planning and development as the firm was able to view and test the solution during development. This allowed for feedback, and any adjustments needed were made to precisely fit the solution to needs and goals.
With the solution completed and approved, the Solutions Architect met with the firm once more prior to launch. DocuWrx demonstrated all the features of the solution, and showed how specific workflows are accomplished. With final approval, the solution was launched and an Account Manager was assigned to provide additional support.