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Custom Database Solutions

It is an accepted belief within the IT industry that up to 80% of people using a spread-sheet would benefit from using a database instead. In fact, it is so common for tools such as Excel to be used for managing customer databases, for keeping track of creditors and debtors, and for organising the flow of business data that business owners assume their employees are using the right tools for the job.

Whilst many of these tools are excellent for their intended purpose, they are frequently used in lieu of a more appropriate technology, simply because of familiarity with that tool. This is just one example of where iTeam can provide users with significant business benefits.

Visit iTeam Database Solutions.com for a complete solution for your business.

Information as you want it

Your very own data warehouse at an affordable price. Think of your database as a container embracing all your shared data. Customers, contacts, suppliers, product information, sales history--everything you and your enterprise uses on a regular basis.

Add a user friendly and interactive front end and roll it out. You will then have consistent information for all to share, secure and in just one location, easily accessible, able to grow and be easily adapted to your changing needs.

Savings in time and money

Data input costs time and money. Adding real value to your data is an effective use of time and money. Information put into a word processing document adds little value, just presentation. A spreadsheet provides more but a relational database will give your data true multi-dimensional depth as well as the presentation capabilites of word processors and the analytical powers of spreadsheets.

A competitive edge

That little bit extra to give you an advantage. Shared information, how you want it, when you want it and presented in a way to give it meaning. However large, or small, your business is, the effective use of your time and resources will have an influence on your success. Let us know a good time to contact you, either by phone or email, so we can set up your free consultation with one of our Business or System Analysts. Feel free to give us any extra details that might help us understand the type of improvements you would like to make to your business operations.

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