July 26, 2007 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Effective this Thursday 26th, until the end of FileMaker DevCon, Goya Pty Ltd will be offering its premier developer tool, BaseElements for 20% off. This two week only special coincides with Goya's first time attendance attendance at FileMaker Devcon. This offer is available to anyone who registers for a demonstration code, not just DevCon attendees. The discount pricing is only available until the end of DevCon on the 9th of August.
To get the discount code, users just need to fill in the online BaseElements registration form to receive a demo code suitable for a month, and the email will include their discount code to use when purchasing on the website. Also if they're attending DevCon, they can stop by Goya's booth in the main hall and will be able view BaseElements in action and purchase there.
As an added bonus, FMPug members may receive an additional 20% off by using the code available on their members discount page once
they've logged in.
BaseElements is a FileMaker developer tool to analyze and document FileMaker database solutions, providing a cross reference of every element in a solution that helps developers find and fix errors, track issues, document changes, and plan future development. It is an essential tool for anyone who works in FileMaker Pro.
BaseElements is available as both standalone fp7 files or as a Runtime application, giving the developer a choice in how they wish to work. The xslt code to import the data is included and free for personal use as part of the license to BaseElements.
The single user price is $499; the discount code gets anyone $100 off. Developers wanting a discount on the multi-user licence may contact Goya for DevCon special pricing.
As well as a single user licence, Goya offers a very flexible site license option that is both a combination site licence and multiple user licence. With the site licence, developers may use a copy of BaseElements on a FileMaker server among multiple developers and as single user version on every individual's machine at the one site. Developers may try BaseElements completely unlocked for 30 days.
Based in Mt Waverley, Australia, Goya Pty Ltd has been a leading expert in FileMaker Pro development for over 10 years, with a diverse client list covering a similarly wide range of industries. By leveraging depth of experience and a tremendous library of existing modules, Goya has established strategic relationships with other FileMaker Pro developers by making available their suite of developer tools as well. Goya Pty Ltd is Nicholas Orr, John Adams, Michelle Wild, Stuart McLellan and Darrin Southern.