It seems as though everyone has a database of some description - and it's usually a case of "my brother has a mate who'd written some code"... And when you run it, you can certainly tell.
Proper database design is about far more than writing a bit of code. It needs properly designed tables and queries, with correctly defined relationships. It needs efficient input and output processes, it needs to tie in properly with the manual data you collect and distribute. The following are just a few of the more common problems:
If this sounds familiar, ask us to look at your database. In many cases we can improve the way it works and also, in the process, speed it up by a considerable margin. We can suggest further enhancements you might want to consider. And if your database really is on its' last legs, we can advise you as to what options are available to you.
Contact us to arrange a free, no-obligation, initial discussion.