Boost your business with FileMaker’s special bundle for new users Close to 40 percent savings off the regular price!SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — FileMaker has launched the “Boost Your Business Kit,” a special limited-time offer that includes everything new customers need to create and run business solutions that work seamlessly across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web — for the dramatically discounted price of $828 (USD). Purchase one FileMaker Server 14 annual license with five concurrent connections and receive five FileMaker Pro 14 annual licenses at no additional cost, almost 40 percent savings off the first-year price. The FileMaker Go for iPad and iPhone app is downloadable for free from the iTunes App Store.”This is a great way to make your business even more mobile, with iPhone, iPad or via a web browser,” said Brad Freitag, vice president, Americas Sales and Asia Pacific, FileMaker, Inc. “And, we have the best combined platform ecosystem for groups looking to build their first custom app.” The Boost Your Business Kit is available only through Sept. 24, 2015, globally, to new customers under FileMaker’s Annual Volume Licensing program only. Non-profit and educational pricing is available to eligible institutions.The FileMaker Platform enables you to create custom solutions that automate business processes, make your data more useful and accessible, and improve your team’s efficiency. In the Boost Your Business Kit, new users will find what they need to get started and be successful on FileMaker, at an affordable price.
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FileMaker Pro 14 is the latest release of the venerable FileMaker application. FileMaker has grown from its flat file database roots to become a platform including FileMaker Pro 14, an application development tool; FileMaker Web Direct, web technology for running FileMaker apps in a web browser (even mobile); and FileMaker Server, a Windows or Mac-based server for running FileMaker applications.FileMaker Pro 14 could be the start of the first real do it yourself (DIY) mobile app war of our time. While exciting things are happening with Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) and other application programming interface tools for mobile app development, FileMaker serves the needs of a knowledge worker (non-programmer) who wants to develop their own mobile apps.Recently, FileMaker granted me a license to FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced and FileMaker Server 14 for the purposes of writing this article. I’ll address FileMaker Server 14 in an upcoming TechRepublic article.