Every Mac fan has heard about FileMaker Pro 14. This powerful software allows you creating and interacting with databases from all major manufacturers, such as Microsoft, Oracle and others, with just a few clicks. Intuitive, flexible, functional, FileMaker Pro was originally designed for Mac OS, but soon its fame has pushed it beyond the dependence on a particular platform. Today, FileMaker Pro 14 is available as a cross-platform solution, and millions of people all over the world use it in their daily life.
FileMaker Pro is a powerful database engine with a friendly GUI and enhanced security module. Created by professionals and targeting both professional developer teams and individual hobbyists, it occupies a large part of the Relational database management systems market. However, sometimes being close to monopolist, FileMaker Inc., a subsidiary of Apple Inc., has made it very expensive for those, who want to use it. It's not like the individuals couldn't afford it: average price varies from $329.00 for the FileMaker Pro 14 version to $549.00 for the FileMaker Pro 14 Advanced version. However, if you want more than one user work with that copy of FileMaker Pro, you'll have to buy a Team license. It starts from $888.00 for 5 users yearly and can grow up to $2,848.00 for 25 users. It's just a yearly subscription fee, so you'll have to pay that much annually.
What if you want to use FileMaker Pro 14 time to time without paying incredible sums for the brand license? Perhaps, the OEM software market can help. It's a place where you can buy cheap software, while still obtaining the original license, and your own unique digital copy of the product. It has nothing to do with piracy or used software reselling. OEM software is sold by the companies who were able to buy it on wholesale market, while under no obligations or contract with the original manufacturer. They do not have to abide by the manufacturer's suggested retail price, which is always an overprice. Instead, those companies provide convenient customer service and technical support, and sell the full-featured, original software at incredibly low prices (comparing to the prices at brand stores). OEM software store is the best way to buy cheap software of high quality and with individual license.
However, most of the OEM companies have their own limitations. For example, they usually sell only full versions of products, i.e. no trial versions or community edition versions. They also provide their own technical support service as a substitute for the paid manufacturer's support, which makes the software even cheaper. OEM software is a perfect choice for the individuals who want to make use of brand software products, created for professionals, but at the same time avoid paying extra money for corporate license or brand. Cheap FileMaker Pro 14 is just another perfect example of how you can buy cheap software in our OEM soft store.
Windows 10 for $88, seriously? I'm sure that's some kind of stolen software or no software at all. Have anyone really bought anything from this site? I don't believe you can get non-pirated Windows at half the price.
We don't often buy licensed software here in Russia ;) However, I couldn't resist when I saw the price on Windows 10 Pro – just $80 for a licensed version... I've made my child dream come true! :)
Never seen cheaper software than here. You can buy software like 50% cheaper than its official cost, perhaps, because of the MSRP boundaries. Thank you for not overpricing the software!