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FileMaker Pro 7 experience now a free download

FileMaker Pro 7 experience now a free download

FileMaker Business Tracker and FileMaker Pro 7 trial software lets users experience full power of the new FileMaker Pro 7 now

AUCKLAND New Zealand - 25 March 2004 - FileMaker announced the immediate availability of FileMaker Business Tracker, a new promotional showcase solution available for free download only at FileMaker Business Tracker combines such key business functions as customer tracking, invoicing, shipping and more, to help both current FileMaker Pro users and new users to learn about the many new features and functions now available in the new FileMaker Pro 7 database software from FileMaker. Thousands of small to medium-sized companies have already downloaded the solution since FileMaker 7 was released on 10 March, according to the company.

"FileMaker Business Tracker will help both individuals and workgroups to get a hands-on experience of the tremendous simplicity and power of the new FileMaker Pro 7, "said Ryan Rosenberg, vice president, Marketing and Services, FileMaker, Inc. "With the launch of the groundbreaking FileMaker Pro 7, customers are discovering that power and simplicity equals productivity when it comes to managing your business smarter." FileMaker Business Tracker helps users learn how to manage a wide variety of critical business tasks using FileMaker Pro 7, including:

* Creating and tracking sales processes.

* Tracking contacts, co-workers and companies.

* Storing and tracking product information, assets and supplies by cost, product codes or supplier.

* Managing and conducting complete invoicing systems.

* Providing an easy way to analyse data views in lists, forms and reports by just pointing-and-clicking.

* Viewing multiple windows and multiple tables per file making it easier to find and working with data.

"We developed FileMaker Business Tracker in order to give new FileMaker users a solution they can start with quickly and advanced FileMaker users a solution they can learn from and easily modify," added Rosenberg.

FileMaker Pro 7 and FileMaker Business Tracker both run over both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X platforms and its support for nearly all major office applications mean that existing data can be easily imported to the Business Tracker solution. Similar to the 30 starter solutions available with FileMaker Pro 7, users can also customise the solution further, such as adding specific company information or custom navigation buttons. Because it's based on FileMaker 7, Business Tracker solutions can also be shared over the web or over LANs and WANs.

How to download FileMaker Business Tracker and the free 30-day trial of FileMaker Pro 7 For customers who don't have FileMaker Pro 7, simply download the free 30-day trial to use FileMaker Business Tracker (downloadable at

About FileMaker, Inc. FileMaker Pro is used by millions of individuals and workgroups around the world to be more productive and efficient. Business, education and government customers rely on FileMaker to manage people, projects, images, assets and other information. In addition to being the number one-selling easy-to-use database software, the award-winning FileMaker product line also includes low-cost Applications that automate basic business tasks, ready-to-use Starter Solutions and tools to create and share solutions from the desktop to the web. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL).

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