If your business involves managing data, there's probably a 50-50 chance that you use FileMaker Pro. A wholly owned Apple subsidiary, FileMaker Inc. has arguably cornered the market when it comes to simplified database design and management for Windows and Mac owners.
About three months after releasing what it described that most significant upgrade ever of FileMaker Pro, the company today announced FileMaker Mobile 7, a travelling companion for flagship database manager. FileMaker Mobile 7 is built specifically for Palm OS and Pocket PC handheld devices and is designed to let users take their data on the road and then synchronize it with databases back in the office.
The software is aimed at nonIT professionals and could be useful for any business that has employees on the road, ranging from police departments to medical workers to cleaning services, Ryan Rosenberg, vice president, Marketing and Services at FileMaker said.
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