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FileMaker's holiday gift

08 Nov 11

Christmas is a time for giving, and in this spirit FileMaker is offering customers who purchase FileMaker Pro 11 a chance to give a second copy of the software to a person in need of organisation. 

Ryan Rosenberg, vice president of marketing and services for FileMaker, says the free copy can be given to a colleague within the buyer’s organisation, or to a friend, client, or charity.

"In the spirit of value and sharing this holiday season,” Rosenberg says, "we are making it simple to pass along the productivity by giving friends, colleagues, clients or charities a gift that can help them improve the way they organise their data and activities.”

The promotion is limited to one gift copy per company, and applies only to new versions of FileMaker Pro, not upgrades, updates, or volume/site licenses.

Go here for more.

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