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New “FileMaker Do-It-Yourself Depot” Gives Small Businesses Practical Guides for Managing and Integrating Business Data

  • 22 January, 2007 13:12

<p>http:www.filemaker.com/diypr</p>
<p>FileMaker, Inc. announced the FileMaker DIY Depot, a website filled with practical information for small businesses aiming to be more productive and profitable. The new FileMaker DIY Depot debuts with three new easy to understand guides, including “How to Integrate FileMaker Pro with Microsoft Office”, “Taking Control of Your Inventory” and “Creating a Shipping Solution” (download now at http://www.filemaker.com/diypr).</p>
<p>FileMaker Do-It-Yourself Depot helps businesses maximise the value of their data, make more informed decisions, and streamline their processes. No prior database knowledge or programming experience is required to apply the techniques demonstrated for small businesses or corporate workgroups.</p>
<p>“Doing more without spending more is a key success driver for small business,” said Steve McManus, Regional Manager – Asia Pacific, FileMaker, Inc . “The FileMaker DIY Depot and FileMaker Pro help businesses make the most out of existing resources.”</p>
<p>New DIY Guides Make Business Processes More Productive
Each of the first three DIY Guides are designed to immediately help businesses become more productive.</p>
<p>• “How to Integrate FileMaker Pro with Microsoft Office” is a 45-page guide with step-by-step instructions that show how to get more out of Microsoft Office by using FileMaker Pro 8.5 with Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. The guide outlines several ways to integrate business data between a FileMaker database and Microsoft Office applications, including how to convert an Excel spreadsheet into a new FileMaker database and producing customised letters and labels. Arthur Evans, a FileMaker developer, trainer, author and president of AWE Consultancy, based in the United Kingdom, wrote the guide. His most recent book is FileMaker Pro 8 Business Applications (Wordware Publishing Inc.).</p>
<p>• “Taking Control of Your Inventory” is a 44-page guide that outlines the important role of inventory management in a business and provides step-by-step instructions that show how to easily create a FileMaker Pro database that manages inventory. Katherine Russell, owner of Russellware, Inc., an Orlando, Florida-based custom software development company specialising in FileMaker Pro, wrote the guide.</p>
<p>• “Creating a Shipping Solution” is a 34-page guide with step-by-step instructions that show how to quickly create a FileMaker Pro database that tracks shipments and creates customised mailing labels. This guide also illustrates how to use the new FileMaker Web Viewer feature in FileMaker Pro 8.5 to create an easy-to-use shipment tracking solution. Arthur Evans, a FileMaker developer, trainer, author and president of AWE Consultancy, based in the United Kingdom, wrote the guide. His most recent book is FileMaker Pro 8 Business Applications (Wordware Publishing Inc.).</p>
<p>About FileMaker, Inc.</p>
<p>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 Inc.</p>
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