Didn’t think this would be a story I’d ever link to, but here we are. Frederic Lardinois at TechCrunch reports:
Remember Claris, the 1987 Apple spin-off that made applications like MacWrite, MacPaint and FileMaker? In 1998, Apple brought all of those products in-house again, with the exception of the low-code application platform FileMaker . With that move, Claris changed its name to FileMaker Inc. Today, however, the Claris name rises from the dead, as FileMaker Inc. is changing its name to Claris International. The name of the FileMaker product itself, though, remains the same.
According to the report, the company is launching Claris Connect, “a tool for integrating various cloud services and automating workflows between them.”