Spokane Valley, WA, January 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The work life of many modern professionals is often intimately tied to their company's choice of enterprise software.
Proper record-keeping requires that each significant action taken by an organization be backed up by an entry in its database. The quality and design of the tools used to make those entries thus becomes an issue of central importance both for individual workers and for organizations as a whole.
Poorly designed systems can make a person's job frustrating and cumbersome, even to the point of affecting job satisfaction. Bad systems hinder productivity, waste money and force organizations to alter their internal workflows in unnatural ways in order to accommodate their software.
Fortunately, most enterprise systems do not fall into this category; most are well-written and are able to provide real value to their owners. However even the most skillfully designed systems can still lack features that a given organization prefers, or operate in a way that doesn't quite fit the operation, or fail to provide metrics that the organization's management considers important.
DatabaseAce this week announced the availability of a new product that seeks to "smooth out the edges and fill in the blanks" caused by mismatches between organizational workflow and enterprise software design. The product operates by scanning an external program's database and then generating a web-based interface to match it.
Known as REIGNN, the program aims to help organizations work around their systems' quirks and limitations by providing a "backdoor" interface capable of charting, exporting and updating an external system's underlying data.
"Enterprise software systems become deeply embedded in a company's processes and even in its psyche," said Steven Harrison, President of DatabaseAce. "Problems and limitations in the software manifest as real-world frustrations and obstacles for the company. We help clients overcome long-standing technical issues without the hassle and expense of a full system replacement."
The company says their approach is one that is likely to garner favor among business owners as the economy slides further into its current downturn. "Full-fledged migration of an enterprise system is expensive, stressful and error-prone at best, technically impossible at worst," said Harrison. "For companies that are seeking a change in their IT landscape but are wary of investing in entirely new systems, we provide a cost-effective third option that focuses on getting more out of the technology they already have."
DatabaseAce, LLC, was founded in 2007 with the goal of helping organizations breathe new life into old data. For more information please visit http://www.databaseace.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us toll-free at 1-877-DTBS-AC1 (877-382-7221).