Kyo developers obtain FileMaker 13 certification

Posted by John Mathewson on January 14, 2015

FileMaker 13, the latest version of the Apple-owned relational database software, was released in December 2013 with enhanced mobile functionality and a server admin tool based on HTML5. This software helps organizations of all sizes and in all industries customize their data management processes. FileMaker developers can make those tasks much easier, taking charge of the database creation or even providing training to allow companies to get the most out of their data.

Kyo Logic is proud to have four certified FileMaker 13 developers among our ranks. Co-founders John Mathewson and Tim Neudecker have been recognized by their peers for their contributions to the developer community, and together with senior developer Andres Rua they have more than 25 years of experience with FileMaker. Last month, Alan Lee became the latest Kyo employee to obtain his FileMaker 13 certification.

"We are proud to have four certified FileMaker 13 developers."

FileMaker offers a certification exam to recognize highly skilled developers. This label gives prospective clients the confidence that comes from knowing that they are receiving top-notch service from experts. Since our foundation over a decade ago, we have served companies in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York in a wide variety of industries, from education to finance, manufacturing and retail, among others.

Our clients include such well-known organizations as Bayer, Madison Square Garden, Pepperidge Farm, the University of Connecticut and Yale University, as well as dozens of smaller companies. We can help you streamline all your reporting processes and teach you or your employees the finer details of FileMaker so that you can adapt and expand your databases as needed. With Kyo Logic, you can rest assured that your most important data is in expert hands.