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US FileMaker boss to present seminar in NZ

08 May 2012

Database software vendor FileMaker is sending one of its top US engineers to ANZ to help local users get to grips with the company’s latest release, FileMaker 12.


Andrew LeCates, director of the Systems Engineering team for FileMaker in North America, will present two identical sessions in Sydney, Auckland and Melbourne later this month, targeted at new and current FileMaker users, experienced spreadsheet users, and people new to databases.


The Auckland sessions will be held on Monday May 21 at the Pullman Auckland hotel, starting at 9:00am and again at 2:00pm and lasting for three hours.


Although made by a subsidiary of Apple, FileMaker is available across both the Mac and Windows platforms.


Registration for the training is free – go here to sign up. 

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