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Filemaker Announces NZ Distributor - Renaissance


Filemaker Announces NZ Distributor - Renaissance

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - February 1, 2003 ­ Leading software brand, FileMaker, Inc. announces today that it has appointed Renaissance Corporation Limited as the brand¹s new distributor for New Zealand.

Renaissance Corporation provides brand representation in New Zealand for some of the world¹s leading IT companies including Apple Computer, Macromedia and Palm. Leading suppliers to the education market, Renaissance provide a comprehensive range of solutions including hardware, software and professional development, making them the perfect partner distributor for FileMaker, Inc which is already making an impact within the Education arena.

"With Renaissance being a leading supplier to the Education market in New Zealand, this new relationship will provide FileMaker with a fantastic reach to that market in particular, an area in which FileMaker is already growing within New Zealand," says Steve McManus, General Manager, Asia Pacific, FileMaker.

Paul Johnston, Managing Director, Renaissance says, "FileMaker, like Renaissance, understands the importance of giving value to its customers. I¹m a big fan of FileMaker products, so I¹m delighted that this new relationship with FileMaker allows us to offer Renaissance customers some of the best desktop-to-web information management software on the market."

Prior to Renaissance taking on this new relationship with FileMaker, Tech Pacific handled the distribution of FileMaker products in New Zealand. Renaissance¹s Education focus is certainly part of FileMaker¹s decision to appoint the leading supplier to handle FileMaker products which have sold over 7.5 million copies around the world to date.

About FileMaker, Inc.

FileMaker is a leader in workgroup databases and workgroup information solutions. Unlike complex database software, the FileMaker intuitive interface empowers knowledge workers to create and share rich solutions. The award-winning FileMaker line of database software provides relational power, instant and custom Web publishing and legendary ease-of-use. FileMaker, Inc. is the database software subsidiary of Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL).

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