FileMaker Pro Wins Codie Award For Best Numeric/Database Software
- 21 May, 2004 15:21
<p>SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- May 21, 2004 -- The Software & Information Industry Association has honoured FileMaker Pro with the prestigious Codie Award for Best Numeric/Database Software this week in the United States.</p>
<p>The SIIA honored FileMaker Pro over three other finalists. The award is the third Codie FileMaker has won in this category in four years.</p>
<p>FileMaker is the #1-selling easy-to-use database software that effortlessly manages all your information. It is part of the FileMaker award-winning line of database software for workgroups.</p>
<p>FileMaker Pro 7, the most significant new version of FileMaker Pro ever, with breakthroughs in ease-of-use, customisability and developer productivity began shipping last March.</p>
<p>The SIIA Codie Awards showcase the industry's finest products and services and honour excellence in the software and information industry. Winners were honored at the SIIA annual conference.</p>
<p>About FileMaker, Inc.
FileMaker Pro is used by millions of individuals and workgroups around the world to be more productive and efficient. Business, education and government customers rely on FileMaker to manage people, projects, images, assets and other information. In addition to being the number one-selling easy-to-use database software, the award-winning FileMaker product line also includes low-cost Applications that automate basic business tasks, ready-to-use Starter Solutions, and tools to create and share solutions from the desktop to the web. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL).
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