It sounds like something that is fully possible for FileMaker to do, but can YOU do it with FileMaker? That's not a question we can answer for you, but you can download a 30 day free trial copy of the product and see if you can get it to work for you. You can easily export data from Filemaker to Excel and you can also use a number of other formats such as generating a PDF of the data you want to send to coworkers.
In the end you will definitely be able to save time using FileMaker. Thinking ahead, you would be able to set up automated scripts that can process your data and output just what you need so you don't have to do it each time in excel. Yeah just grab the trial and dive in!
I just downloaded trial on 8/23 and started with the included sample Tutorial... finished that this mornig (total about 5-6 hrs)
Tutorial gives a great general feel... seems worthwhile although for our use we have to overcome our tech-illiterate end-users and old-ways ...any change is a challenge, but taking time to learn this simple database software is a +