Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar, Options for Licensing the FileMaker Platform, presented by Mark Richman, Skeleton Key.

Due to technical issues, the recording of this webinar is currently unavailable. If you’d like this recording, or if you’d like to view the slides from the presentation please contact us.

In this webinar, Mark explained the different options for connecting users to FileMaker solutions, and demystifies the various options for licensing the technology.

The FileMaker platform continues to evolve, adding new capabilities and options for creating compelling business solutions. While the FileMaker platform has always been available for Mac and PC desktops and laptops, FileMaker Server also offers several rich interface options for users who need to access a solution from a mobile device or via a web browser.
While the platform has continued to grow and mature, so have the different options for licensing the platform itself. Companies can now ‘buy, lease or maintain’ FileMaker licenses, which offers customers a number of different options and flexibility year-over-year. In addition, mobile device and some web interface licensing is now based on the number of concurrent users, which allows companies to license for a large workgroup of users based on their patterns of consumption.

In this webinar recording, you learned : 

  • Understand the different options for connecting your users to a FileMaker solution
  • Select the licensing options that are the best fit for your company
  • Accurately predict the annual cost of using the FileMaker platform

Who is the target audience of this webinar?

  • FileMaker Developers
  • FileMaker Server Administrators
  • Budgeters and Decision-makers

About the Sponsor and Presenter:

This webinar was presented by Mark Richman, a Senior, Certified FileMaker Developer, Trainer & Coach with Skeleton Key.

This webinar is offered by the FM Academy, a consortium of leading FileMaker development companies in the United States. All FM Academy members are platinum-level members of the FileMaker Business Alliance, and our purpose is to further educate FileMaker users and developers to encourage best practices and foster further adoption of the software.


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