Databases are an integral part of business. But they aren't always user-friendly or connected. In the worst-case scenario, the information about your clients is in one database; the information about your products is in another; and the information about your suppliers is scattered around as various paper files. Business would be improved immeasurably if you could only get the information about your suppliers tied to the items in your inventory so that every time you needed to order an item you were out of, you wouldn't have to call down to the shipping office. Or even better, if your database was “real time” you'd get a daily report letting you know which items where low and should be ordered before they go back-ordered.
Your staff, while very knowledgeable about the use of your database, can't make the kind of changes needed nor do they have the time to make those changes.
With years of database development in large companies, the asSYSter staff is well qualified to integrate the disparate systems in your office and make them work together.
Or if you know that your business will be needed a database, we can create one that will grow with you.
Although MS Access is one of the most commonly used business databases, asSYSter staff can program in a variety of database languages.