When having a solid database management system becomes indispensable to the success of your business, itís important that the right team of database designers take on the task.
As your customer base expands and the number of your products grows, robustness and scalability of the original database design becomes critical. Thatís when you can appreciate the work of experienced database designers vs. that of those new in the field. In database design, time and time again, experience has proven to have no true substitute.
Whether your business can function using an MS Access database or your business requires a more powerful SQL database such as MS-SQL or Oracle, we will bring you the best solutions.
AMK Webís database designers have for over a decade developed systems that clients can rely on for many years to come. Our professional database developers will bring the simplest, most cost effective solutions for your database needs.
Our Team of designers will patiently learn your business, identify management objectives and then propose a database design that suites your business needs and budget.
We specialize in writing database scripts that contain business rules. Our experienced database developers routinely write stored procedures and triggers that simplify implementing business rules. That way user interface development is more focused on presentation.
Database is a collection of related data. A database consists of database objects. Common Database Objects are tables and scripts.
Table is a collection of related information kept in fields. You may have a table of students where information is kept in rows/records and where each row contains data about one student.
Field is the smallest database component containing data. Itís also known as a column. A field in the students table may be student GPA.
Stored Procedures are scripts that combine database commands. Stored procedures typically produce results utilized in the UI.
Triggers are scripts that are fired off based on an event such as data addition to a database table. A common reason for writing triggers would be to implement a business rule.