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FileMaker Increasing Renewal Rates

Renew your FileMaker licenses by June 28, 2014 to save money, as FileMaker will be increasing its renewal rates by about 15 percent1. This is the first increase in renewal rates in several years.

Quick Facts

  • There is no penalty for renewing early.
  • New licenses purchased with renewals are offered at a lower rate until June 27,2014. Save money by purchasing any additional licenses needed to take advantage of the promo price.
  • Maintenance program customers have the option to renew for two years for additional savings.
  • FileMaker will no longer offer discounted upgrade pricing for existing customers.

Now is the time to upgrade to FileMaker 13. FileMaker will no longer be offering discounted pricing for upgrades effective September 26, 2014. This means customers without a maintenance contract will have to pay full price for the new version.

Customers with a current maintenance contract or annual licensing conveniently receive the new version when it is released, allowing customers to decide when to upgrade and saving the customer from paying full price for the new version. Having a current maintenance contract is especially important now that FileMaker will no longer be offering discounted upgrade pricing.

Renew Your Contract Now

Give us a call to renew your contract before the price increase takes effect on June 28, 2014. We also offer FileMaker Development, FileMaker Support, FileMaker Training, and FileMaker Coaching. Contact us today for a free consultation.

1Percentage was calculated by comparing FileMaker Pro 12 and FileMaker Pro 13 annual prices as well as FileMaker Pro Advanced 12 to FileMaker Pro Advanced 13 prices.
2Site licensing prices will not be increasing at this time.

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Contact us to discuss upgrading your FileMaker software.

Kevin Hammond
Kevin is President and Business Project Manager for DB Services. He is a voracious developer and is certified in FileMaker 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, and 8. Kevin is passionate about FileMaker as a database software platform and is constantly on a mission to improve how he approaches each assignment.
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