Turn file-related tasks into powerful data management solutions

Contact: Vince Menanno Phone: 602-956-7080 Fax: 602-956-6754

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PHOENIX, AZ — May 21, 2001 – Ever wish you could skip that trip to Excel
when importing the latest data file? Want a turbocharged search engine
within your database solution? Need to find images stored in FileMaker Pro
and open them in other applications?

Announcing oAzium FileTools, the FileMaker Pro plug-in that adds powerful
File manipulation and interaction to your database solutions.

Built from the ground up with flexibility and ease of use in mind, oAzium
FileTools provides management control over your file-related tasks. Import
files of any format. Export data however you like. Generate web-ready
product catalogs that update with the click of a button. Automate
complicated relational import/export processes with precision.

“With oAzium FileTools, you can easily turn your databases into data
warehouses,” said Clint Roberts, independent FileMaker Pro consultant. “Not
only does this plug-in enable powerful disk, folder and file manipulation
for your FileMaker solutions, integrating with other systems has never been

Use oAzium FileTools to:

– Create, read, edit and delete any file (even line by line)
– Locate files and folders by name
– Show open and save dialogs
– Find and work with important folders (like FileMaker Pro’s Web folder)
– Script the import of images and image thumbnails
– Gather comprehensive meta-information about any file

oAzium FileTools works seamlessly with databases whether local or hosted
with FileMaker Server. It is available for Microsoft Windows (95 – 2000)
and Mac OS. The product includes comprehensive documentation and plenty of
examples to get you started.

oAzium FileTools retails for $49 for a single user license. Multi-user and
developer licenses are available. For more information, visit online at

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Waves in Motion is the developer of a growing collection of FileMaker
solutions and plug-ins, including oAzium CC Authorize, oAzium Charts,
DocuScript, The Analyzer, and The Dragon Web Surveys. They are active
members of the FileMaker Solution Alliance and the Apple Developer Program,
and have been consulting and developing FileMaker solutions since 1990.