Database Design and Development

Powerful tools to manage your information and empower your business.

  • We build databases to support your business processes  – saving you time and money and increasing your bottom line
  • Databases provide you with quick access to information
  • We specialise in Microsoft Access, SQL and Online, cloud-based CRM systems

What is a database?

A database is a computerised system that stores and manages your information. Rather than writing manual notes or creating lists in Excel you enter customer information into a database screen. You can quickly find customer information and print reports saving yourself a lot of time (and money). A database is more intelligent and easier to use Excel because it is designed to manage information smartly.

Some businesses use Excel as their initial database, while this stores data in a simple flat-file format and is an improvement over using paper, it quickly becomes limiting.

A database can automate tasks that you currently perhaps do manually. You can be reminded of tasks allowing you to provide better services to your customers or increase revenue by following up with your contacts. Best of all this can be automated like when you log in, so you don’t even need to think about checking. You can merge letters with information from your database quickly, create bulk emails and eliminate a range of time-consuming, boring admin tasks.

We can develop an affordable, quality tailored database that meets your unique needs. With our extensive experience and outstanding, friendly service we are your one-stop-shop for all your database needs.

All our work is covered by our 100% risk-free, money-back guarantee. Please get in touch with us.

Some examples of our work are below.


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