FileMaker is a kind of platform that, according to the developers, will allow you to optimize your business. Once launched in a convenient form, you can create customizable tasks for web platforms and Windows, and all the needs of your specific organization can be taken into account. Once configured, the Administrator can track assets, view customer data, create new projects based on his or her needs, build reports, and perform other business activities. Using this platform competently, as a result, you can improve the workflow, minimize the company’s costs and increase efficiency in general.
Create precisely the app you want using the intuitive graphical interface, flexible design tools, built-in Starter apps, and ready-to-use themes.
Import existing data Bring your existing data into a FileMaker app. Import data types such as .CSV, Tab, XML, ODBC, and Microsoft Excel files.
Built-in reporting tools
Easily make summary reports, colorful charts, and executive dashboards using built-in reporting and charting tools. Save your information in popular Excel and PDF formats.
Centralize your information and safely access data using proven encryption standards. Manage group or individual user privileges — even for a single field.
Share with your team
Create custom apps that work together seamlessly across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac, and the web. Securely share your app with others using FileMaker Cloud or FileMaker Server. Learn more
Integrate with other programs
Connect with other popular apps and web services through powerful REST APIs. And create live, 2-way connections with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and IBM DB2 data sources.
Instantly pinpoint problem areas in scripts and Script Triggers directly in the Script Workspace. Turn off Script Triggers when debugging to fine tune the troubleshooting process.
Monitor fields, variables, and calculations while troubleshooting.
Enable AES 256-bit encryption to protect data on FileMaker Cloud, FileMaker Server, or on a FileMaker client.
Create, change, or delete specific menu items or entire menu sets.
Build your own functions and copy, paste, or import them into any FileMaker file.
Database Design Report
Run comprehensive reports on all elements of your database schema.
Build applications where all menus are hidden.
Leverage the new portal enhancements to create common design patterns like master-detail layouts. Eliminate the need to create self-join relationships and additional scripts.
Get started more quickly by choosing one of the 6 new Starter apps. Add more functionality by connecting an Add-on Table to the app. Choose from apps to manage assets, contacts, content, inventory, meetings, and tasks.
My Apps window
Launch any of your custom apps from one convenient window. Easily navigate to the Recent tab to find recently opened files, and the Create tab to find the new Starter apps.
Group object selection
Easily modify, reposition, or resize an individual object within a group without first needing to ungroup all objects.
Redesigned Layout mode
The Inspector, Fields tab, and Objects tab are more discoverable through convenient panes inside the document window. Hide or show panes individually.
When adding a new table, fields are automatically created that display record creation information. Fields include primary key, creation date, modification date, and who the field was created or modified by. Default fields can be customized as needed or preconfigured beforehand.
Create more reusable code with enhanced script steps. Add a variable in an input field to populate and retrieve text with support for variables in the Show Custom Dialog. And use the new Specified option to select a script from a list or specify the script name by a calculation.
Multiple email attachment support
Attach multiple files to an email message to have more flexibility in communicating with your customers or team.
Copy and paste custom menus
Save time by reusing custom menus in other apps you create. Just copy menu sets, menus, and menu items and then paste them into another file.
Protect your custom apps against brute force and dictionary attacks by temporarily locking an account after a few sign-in at
Work while reconnecting
If you lose your network connection, continue working with files that don’t depend on that host while the connection is being restored.