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FileMaker begins 2011 with a 60% discount

12 Jan 2011

If you’ve been thinking of picking up the business database app for iPhone or iPad but hanging out for an extra incentive, this may be it.

Between January 12th and June 23rd those purchasing FileMaker Go for iPad (NZ$49.99) or iPhone (NZ$24.99) can also get FileMaker Pro for AU$199, 60% off the full retail value of AU$499.

“Businesses tell us they need solutions that streamline their operations and work the way they do to give them a unique competitive advantage,” said Steve McManus, Regional Manager, Asia Pacific.

“The fastest way to tackle any mobile productivity task is using FileMaker Go for iPhone or iPad in combination with FileMaker Pro.  With our FileMaker Pro and FileMaker Go promotion, business users can automate virtually any process quickly and easily, and have access to information from anywhere on their iPhone or iPad devices – now at a more affordable price than ever," he added.

Full details on the offer can be found here.

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