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Discount program for FileMaker TechNet members


FileMaker launches discount products and services program for FileMaker TechNet members

Over 30 products and services – from FileMaker Pro training to plug-ins and more – available from leading FileMaker Business Alliance partners for TechNet members only

Auckland, New Zealand – 21 May 2008 – FileMaker, Inc. today launched a new program offering discounts on third-party FileMaker-related products exclusively for members of FileMaker TechNet, the official community of FileMaker users, designers and developers. FileMaker TechNet benefits now include special discounts on FileMaker developer tools, plug-ins, publications, the FileMaker Training Series and FileMaker Pro templates from more than 30 FileMaker Business Alliance members.

“We’re very excited to offer this new marketplace for FileMaker TechNet members,” said Steve McManus, Regional Manager – Asia Pacific. “The new program joins a line-up of great resources to help FileMaker users of all levels build better solutions. This is the just the latest great reason to join FileMaker TechNet.”

Users may get more information and may become a TechNet Member at:

Starting today, FileMaker TechNet members can purchase the following services and products at discounted prices:

Training – Choose from self-paced FileMaker Pro training or instructor-led courses based on the FileMaker Training Series available from over 15 companies.

Developer Tools – Get up to a 20 percent discount on FileMaker developer tools designed to help users migrate from other applications to FileMaker, keep track of data changes and get better control of your FileMaker projects.

Plug-ins – Extend the functionality of FileMaker solutions with more than 20 FileMaker plug-ins for charting, exchanging data between FileMaker and QuickBooks, changing printer drivers within scripts and integrating web services into FileMaker

Add-ons – Store terabytes of information in FileMaker solutions without increasing file size, using a FileMaker add-on, offered at a 10 percent discount.

Books and other publications – Enjoy discounts on FileMaker reference books and magazines to learn about calculations, scripting, new FileMaker features and more.

Solutions – Save development time and costs with a variety of solutions such as calendar programs, templates, survey tools and asset trackers, as well as FileMaker hosting services.

Members of the FileMaker Business Alliance* participating in the FileMaker TechNet product discount program include:

24U s.r.o.
360 Works
Accelerate Computer Training
Advisor Media
AlaMark Technologies
beezwax datatools, inc.
.com Solutions Inc.
Comm-Unity Networking Systems
CoreSolutions Development Inc.
Corporate Network Services, Inc.
Database Pros
Digital Fusion Limited
FM Webschool
Goya Pty Ltd
ISolutions, Inc.
IT Solutions Consulting, Inc.
Point In Space
Productive Computing
Scodigo, Inc.
SeedCode LLC
Soliant Consulting
The Computer Workshop, Inc
The ForeSight Inc.
The Moyer Group
The Support Group, Inc
Virtual Training Company (VTC)

*The listing of third-party products and promotions is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation from FileMaker.

About FileMaker, Inc.
FileMaker, Inc. ( develops award-winning database software. Its products include the legendary FileMaker Pro product line for Windows, Mac and the Web, and the new Bento personal database for Mac. FileMaker Pro won 48 awards, more than its next eight competitors combined, in the past five years in the U.S., and a total of 129 awards worldwide during this time. Millions of customers, from individuals to large organisations, rely on FileMaker, Inc. software to manage, analyse and share information. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple Inc.

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0800 444 929


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