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'Buy One FileMaker, Give One Free’

16 Nov 2012

FileMaker are offering customers a "Buy One, Give One Free' deal on FileMaker Pro 12 during a limited period over the holiday season.

The software maker says for customers who purchase FileMaker Pro 12 (valued at AUD $379) or FileMaker Pro 12 Advanced (valued at AUD $612) they will receive a second downloadable copy for free, to use within their business or to give to fiends, colleagues, clients or charity.

Labelled as a "powerful, easy-to-use software that helps people and teams get tasks done faster on iPads, iPhones, Windows, Macs and the web", the software will be available until December 20.

“This is the first time we've offered FileMaker Pro 12 Advanced as part of our holiday 'Buy One, Get One' holiday promotion," says Ryan Rosenberg, vice president, marketing and services, FileMaker.

"It's a great way for FileMaker Pro users to share the benefits of creating custom business solutions for iPad and iPhone, as well as for Windows, Mac and Web Browsers with other database creators."

The offer applies only to FileMaker Pro 12 or FileMaker Pro 12 Advanced and is limited to one gift request per person, per household and per company between now and 20 December 2012.

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