Player Journal

Tye Waller  spent 27 years as a coach in Major League baseball. When serving as a coach for the analytics-progressive Oakland A’s in 2014, Waller used FileMaker Pro as his tool for analyzing player data to help prepare players for success in the major leagues.



In 2007, fantasy football enthusiast Chris Anthony found a flaw in one of the metrics that was widely used by fantasy football players. At the time, the game was growing my millions of users a year (currently 48 Million people play fantasy football each year in North America).



At iSolutions, we leverage FileMaker for everything. Our CRM, billing, project management, scheduling, quoting and HR are all managed using custom apps we created in FileMaker. And because the FileMaker platform is so versatile, we can continue to modify the functionality as we grow. So not only are we consultants, we are happy FileMaker customers as well.


Film Tracker Database By iSolutions For Hollywood Film Studios

In 2007, iSolutions, Inc developed a FileMaker-based database system for Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions for the purpose of tracking Films that the studio was interested in tracking for the purpose of acquiring distribution and production rights. Now, iterations of this same database concept have been developed by iSolutions for use all throughout Hollywood by companies like: The Weinstein Company, Film District, Samuel Goldwyn Films and CBS Films.


isolutions Assist GE Healthcare

iSolutions was contracted to bring the existing GE Healthcare “Access”- based database into a  FileMaker 12 solution. The new solution provides better data management and reporting, as well as a more cohesive user interface and brand awareness. The database and Web application were put into place to manage courses, registrations, scheduling and payments for various training courses held on the GE Healthcare campus.


iSolutions Builds Custom Calendar for Rockwell Automation

As part of an ongoing support relationship with Rockwell Automation, iSolutions was contracted to help build a custom scheduling database for their “High Currency Lab” in their Milwaukee, Wisconsin location.

Rockwell had been using a spreadsheet to schedule their lab tests and was not able to be share and update throughout all stakeholders.

Since experiencing success using FileMaker to manage their Tool Database, the team at Rockwell wanted to see if FileMaker could be a solution for this problem.