One size does not fit all… From simple User licensing to options such as Concurrencies and Site licenses, we’re here to help work out the best deal for your situation…
With the release of FileMaker 17, Claris moved to the user licensing model. Essentially, for every user of a solution, you need to buy a user license. The good news about this is that each user license comes with a copy of FileMaker Pro Advanced, a concurrent connection that allows you to use FileMaker Go and FileMaker WebDirect. It also includes a FileMaker Server license, so you really are setup to take full advantage of the FileMaker suite of products. Do note that user licenses start at minimum of five, and you then buy single licenses on top of this.
For those users who don’t need to access the solution via FileMaker Pro Advanced, particularly those who work remotely or are
This licensing model has become more and more popular, particularly when you have a larger user group, who use the full suite of FileMaker products. ASLA’s are calculated on your entire workforce headcount (including part timers and contract staff), starting at a minimum of 25.