Database Design and Implementation
- Is your important company information
scattered around in a hodge-podge of unrelated programs residing on various
- Do your people have to spend time re-entering
much of the same information into different documents, over and over again?
- Do you have various types of information that
are related to each other in a variety of complicated ways?
Does this sound familiar to
- You have:
- Customer and vendor
addresses in an Address Book,
- Letters to customers,
vendors, the City Council, etc., in a word-processing package,
- Estimates, invoices, and
various business analyses in spreadsheets.
- Various pricing
alternatives are also in spreadsheets.
- Your payroll and Accounts
Receivable and Payable are in an accounting package.
- Your extensive list of
goods, with pictures and diagrams, are in a paper catalogue which is
always out of date - you have a dog-eared master copy with changes
- You get price lists on
disks from your various suppliers - but they're all in different
formats, and you have no consistent way to generate your marked-up list
prices from them.
- You have no way to get
information from one of these programs to another, and no way to pull
information from two or more of them to do any kind of processing,
- You have people in
different locations, each of whom needs information that is maintained
by people in the other locations - but they aren't networked, so you
have no ready way to share the information and keep it up-to-date.
Business Webs create a database to
hold all your information, and show you how to integrate it with all your