Web Design & Development
What is a database?
A database can track inventory, generate contracts, provide environments for distributed data input, and also allow users to oversee their business from multiple informational perspectives.
We specialize in determining individual requirements for information management, and build data strucures and interfaces designed to optimize the user's effectiveness in working with their information. I have written a short article, "The Delegation of a Database," which covers some basic concepts that should be useful to you if you are considering having a custom database built.
Web Applications: For multiple users
An example of a database interface might be a shared contacts database that is hosted on the internet, enabling multiple people in multiple locations to add, edit or update individual records, as well as print address labels or dump out email lists. This interface may be hosted with multiple privileges, enabling some users to change records, and some users to only read records.
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Local databases: For single users
We can also design databases for local computers and networks under FileMaker Pro. FileMaker Pro runs on both Macintosh and Windows, can import and export multiple data formats, and is relational and networkable over LocalTalk, IPX and TCP/IP.