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FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced
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Streamline your business with the FileMaker Platform. Easily create custom solutions for iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web that meet the unique needs of your organization. Manage customer data, track assets, organize projects, run reports, and more. With the FileMaker Platform you'll be able to improve workflow, save money, and increase overall efficiency.


Breakthrough web technology
Creating for iOS
New design tools
Stronger security
50+ new features


  • OS version: 10.7 or higher
  • Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit Intel
  • RAM minimum: 2GB
  • Video RAM: Any

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My All-in-One tool for problem solving

Over the years we did almost everything you can imagine using computers. From writing a fast code generator in FileMaker to drive other more complex systems, different kinds of inventory systems, people administration and management and off course classic database storage solution, heavily exploiting the ease of integration BLOB objects, some of which can be displayed natively. It is very easy to integrate mobile users on any platform, especially iOS systems as natively supported.


It is fast and easy to start but still allows for the most demanding solutions to be created in one place. The high level of integration of a robust database engine, automatically handling all multi user requirements, with a sophisticated interface generator (screen painter) is a huge time saver.


For newcomers it is more expansive to learn and get proficient than other development platforms. still the fast pace in wich you still can get production ready results to start with makes up for that.

Volker K - 2019-09-25

An innovation platform that adapts and scales like no other!

The FileMaker platform can provide a total business solution, or can interface with other applications and systems, so if you're not using it at some level, you probably should be.

We're using FileMaker for research, prototyping, data-driven web applications and a range of business management requirements (project management, scheduling, financials etc). Having data right across the business managed within a single flexible platform makes many things much easier and gives us control over our internal processes.


The FileMaker platform is deceptively powerful. It provides users with a "progressive revelation" experience that makes some basic operations relatively easy, yet it's surprisingly mature and extensible, with a host of powerful capabilities for those who choose to go deeper.

Just as important, FileMaker is chameleon-like in its flexibility, allowing a variety of approaches and solutions to any given problem - at times surprising even seasoned developers with its ability to produce novel, inspired and/or elegant applications that solve real-world problems.

In addition, I appreciate that FileMaker provides a rich and open ended set of design tools for both interface and functionality, allowing integration with a wide variety of other environments and standards (SQL, JSON, REST, PHP etc). That makes it both a development platform in itself, and simultaneously a capable of serving as middleware - or a combination.


If there is a problem with FileMaker it is that many users and developers assume that methods they have seen, learned or stumbled on are the only way or the best way to solve a given problem. That can lead to some users wrongly attributing limitations to the platform, when in fact the issue is with a particular approach or implementation.

Ray C - 2019-10-05