About FileMaker, Inc.
FileMaker is the leader in easy-to-use database software. Millions of people, from individuals to some of the world's largest companies, rely on FileMaker software to manage, analyze and share important information.
The company's products are the FileMaker line - versatile business software for iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web - and Bento, the personal database for Mac, iPhone and iPad. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple.
At a Glance
Employees: There are approximately 340 employees located in 10 offices around the world.
President: Dominique Goupil.
Customers: More than 18 million units of FileMaker software have been sold to customers around the world. Customers include individuals and small businesses everywhere, all of the top 50 universities in the U.S., the top 250 U.S. school districts, and 70 of the Fortune 100 companies.
Founded: FileMaker was founded in 1998.
Ownership: FileMaker, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL).
Financial: FileMaker, Inc. has been profitable every quarter since its formation.
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About WinSoft International
As FileMaker's strategic multilingual partner, WinSoft International adapts, develops and distributes FileMaker products for Central Europe, Middle East and India.
WinSoft International is improving the ability of FileMaker products to fully support the Eastern European languages, such as Czech, Polish, Russian, Greek, Turkish, etc, the right-to-left languages of the Middle East such as Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew and the support of Indian scripts (Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Panjabi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam). WinSoft International is localizing the applications (User Interface, Help files, documentation) into the main languages of this area, so that customers can use the products in their mother tongue. WinSoft International is also in charge of marketing the products through a network of distributors covering more than 30 countries, from Slovenia to Saudi Arabia, and from Estonia to Morocco.