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FileMaker posts two updated Business Kits

updated 03:05 pm EDT, Wed March 18, 2009

FileMaker 10 Business Kits

FileMaker has produced two new versions of its Business Productivity Kit, updated for the recent FileMaker Pro 10. The kits are intended to provide pre-made tools for a number of business tasks, such as sorting inventory, processing orders and delivering bulk e-mail. The Standard edition of the software performs all of the above functions, and additionally tracks projects and production, while managing contacts and suppliers.

The Service edition is similar, but rearranged for a separate category of industries by means of including client and vendor contact tracking, and tools for managing invoices. Both of the kits are free downloads, though FileMaker Pro 10 costs a minimum of $299, and runs only on Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later. Upgrade options are available for earlier FileMaker users.




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  1. nat

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    hmmm....

    filemaker, database manufacturer, pushes it's own api to php...

    you click on the link in the email to get this and it's backend is...

    .net

    that would not be a filemaker db nor php.

    that's instills confidence doesn't it?

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Re: hmmmm

    Who says it isn't a filemaker db? Maybe this just shows that filemaker can be used as a back-end to different platforms...

  1. nat

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +3

    why

    it could be. if you wanted to go to the trouble of parsing out xml data from the filemaker server while using .net tools or using a .net third party plugin to do it for you. which pretty much defeats the purpose of filemaker and their php api. and it would certainly be understandable for another company to go this route if they have .net framework and want a huge headache.

    but why on earth would filemaker have a .net system? people demand to know.

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