Last week we put out the call for jewelry appraisal software for the Mac platform. Based on the dearth of information we received, there aren’t any such products though two folks would consider working on such applications.
Former database developer, David Rienzo, told MacCentral that he might consider resurrecting an old project of his if there was sufficient interest.
“I am not a full-time database developer anymore,” he said. “I am a watchmaker who spent approximately 20 years in the retail jewelry/watchmaking profession, and who then got interested in the law. Now I’m an attorney. In the meantime, I spent about three years doing 4D development full-time, one result of which is the jewelry store management software which is the subject of this discussion.”
If you’re interested in pursuing the matter further,
send an e-mail
Or you may also wish to contact FileMaker Pro developer
of Gizmonic Labs.
“If anyone needs a FM developer, I’d be interested to team up with someone to make jewelry appraisal software,” he said. ” I’ve always been fascinated with gemology. I’ve been a developer since 1987 and am very experienced in CDML interfaces.”
Next week we’ll look at optometry software for the Mac OS.