FREDERICK, MD—MainSpring, a FileMaker Business Alliance Platinum member and four-time North American FileMaker Partner of the Year, recently announced its exclusive letter of supply for FileMaker 18 licenses on the GSA Schedule, making it simpler and more affordable for government entities to purchase FileMaker licenses.
This is the most recent addition over the span of their 20-year Schedule. The FileMaker licensing offering will serve as a complement to MainSpring’s existing FileMaker development and FileMaker training offerings.
“With the addition of FileMaker licensing [to our Schedule], we are confident that we will be able to provide our clients with a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all things FileMaker,” said MainSpring Chief Executive Officer Marshall Micheals. “As a leader in FileMaker solutions, this [addition] will allow us to provide seamless, end-to-end customer service that our clients have come to expect from our firm.”
MainSpring has previously developed FileMaker systems for the government, including a purchase request tracking system for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), inventory tracking systems for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and an exhibit system for the Smithsonian Institution.
FileMaker is a service offering of Claris International, Inc., formerly known as FileMaker, Inc. and is a subsidiary of Apple, Inc.
For more information on MainSpring’s FileMaker GSA Schedule offerings, please contact FileMaker Coordinator Maria Melendez-Salas at email@example.com.
As a FileMaker Business Alliance platinum member since 1996 and a regular presenter at developer conferences around the world, MainSpring has worked directly with Claris International to streamline the licensing process in order to simplify the experience for FileMaker users. It’s this streamlined, customer-service-first approach that has allowed MainSpring to help thousands of FileMaker users adopt the FileMaker platform to build simple, effective, beautiful apps that help business owners worldwide.
MainSpring is headquartered in Frederick, Md., with offices in Florida, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin. The firm supports a wide range of clients including businesses, nonprofits and government agencies such as the Department of Defense.