New FileMaker Technical Network Offers Content

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<p><strong>Santa Clara, Calif. &mdash; May 2&nbsp;</strong><br />FileMaker has launched FileMaker Technical Network, a service for FileMaker database software enthusiasts and developers.</p><p>Included are exclusive access to technical information, software and other developers geared to help members increase their technical expertise, build better database solutions, share ideas and solve technical challenges.<br /><br />&ldquo;The new FileMaker Technical Network is for FileMaker database beginners all the way to seasoned developers who want to enhance their FileMaker skills and learn the latest in FileMaker solution development,&rdquo; said Ryan Rosenberg, FileMaker vice president of marketing and services. &ldquo;If you create FileMaker Pro solutions for yourself, build them for your organization or even develop and distribute FileMaker solutions commercially, FileMaker Technical Network is for you.&rdquo;<br /><br />FileMaker Technical Network provides members with a host of products, services and benefits.<br /><br />The company also announced the FileMaker Business Alliance for organizations whose primary line of business is developing and selling FileMaker products or services. </p><p>The FileMaker Business Alliance provides marketing and sales support directly from FileMaker. &nbsp;<br /><br />The FileMaker Technical Network and the FileMaker Business Alliance programs together replace and enhance the existing FileMaker Solutions Alliance (FSA) program.&nbsp; </p><p>Current FSA members automatically will be enrolled in the new programs. </p><p>Subscriber-level FSA members will be enrolled in the FileMaker Technical Network, while associate-level FSA members will be added to the FileMaker Technical Network and the FileMaker Business Alliance. </p><p>Partner-level FSA members will be assigned to a new, exclusive platinum level of the FileMaker Business Alliance level. </p>

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