Featured Customer Stories
FileMaker Forms EMEA's Flexible Rapid Application Development Tool
A decentralised body of the European Union headquartered in London, UK, the main responsibility of the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) is the protection and promotion of public and animal health, through the evaluation and supervision of medicines for human and veterinary use. Established in 1995, EMEA has used FileMaker from the very start and has, over the years, successfully developed numerous database applications meeting a wide range of requirements – both scientific and administrative.
Pret a Manger Gets Online DataTherapy with FileMaker
Pret a Manger is the well-known British sandwich company whose business philosophy is to provide customers with food that is natural and preservative free. College friends Sinclair and Julian opened their first shop in London in 1986 and since then the business has expanded into Hong Kong, New York and Singapore. There are now over 160 shops in total and the business is still privately owned.
Mac Compatibility Seals the Deal at SJ Berwin
Leading pan-European law firm, SJ Berwin, has rapidly grown since its formation in 1982 and today has 170 partners and over 500 lawyers in nine locations across Europe. Its team of associates work with sophisticated buyers of legal services who rely on SJ Berwin for advice ranging from corporate finance, reconstruction and insolvency to litigation and intellectual property law.
FileMaker Drives Point of Sale for Tesco
Tesco PLC is a British-based international grocery and general merchandising retail chain. It is the largest UK retailer by both global sales and domestic market share, and number 3 in the world. Significantly, Tesco now controls just over 30% of the grocery market in the UK, approximate to the combined market share of its closest rivals, Asda and Sainsbury's.
FileMaker Ensures 'Best Behaviour' at St Anthony's Girls' School
St Anthony's is an 11-18 all girls' comprehensive school founded over 100 years ago. The school, which is a Technology College and Beacon school, is situated in Sunderland. It has over 1350 students and 90 teaching staff. Last year the Deputy Head requested a system that would allow senior members of staff to monitor student behaviour on a student-by-student basis identifying any serious incidents. At the last inspection in 2003 Inspectors commented upon, "the happy and secure environment where pupils develop academically".