Data is the lifeblood of business.
Too many businesses operate for years collecting valuable data,
only to later find out that their data is unusable, corrupt,
incomplete, or completely lost. If you question the quality of
your data in any way, the time to act is now!
Business decisions can be no better than the information they
are based on. Poor decisions based on inaccurate data can have
serious consequences. We build trust in your data.
Browser Software’s Database Developers have designed database
systems for businesses of all types and sizes. We ensure that
your business is built upon a well designed, secure, and
expandable data foundation.
Our data services include:
- Database Design
- Software Migration
- Data Quality Analysis
- Data Cleansing
- Business Integration
- Database Administration
- Disaster Planning and Recovery
- Report Design and Generation
Poor quality data costs U.S. businesses over $600 billion per year.
The effects of low quality data include:
- Reduced revenues
- Customer attrition
- Increased customer service costs
- High employee turnover
- Low productivity
- Lower volume orders
- Poor decision making
These effects are often not attributed to poor data.
They are instead seen as part of doing business.
Low quality data creates errors that ripple through the entire
organization, eventually reaching the customer. Duplicate orders
waste supplies and productivity, leading to higher costs and disgruntled
employees. Incorrect or lost orders create distrust in customers, leading
to customer attrition, reduced orders, and high customer service costs. These
errors then cause an inaccurate amount of supplies to be ordered, creating waste
and lower revenues.
What separates your company from your competition? Often, the only distinguishing
characteristic is service, which is highly reliant upon good data. Business
are chosen for strategic partnerships based on how easily their data system can
integrate with other data systems. Will your business be chosen?
The actual cost of paper, toner, printers, fax machines and filing cabinets
are very obvious, but there are many other costs that are not so apparent.
Think of the hours wasted searching through filing cabinets or going from office
to office looking for a document. Think of the value of the intelligence gained
from giving every employee instant access to all company data.
The longer your business operates on paper, the more hours and money you will
later spend to re-key that data back into an electronic system. Thousands will be saved
by early implementation of an electronic system.
Multiple copies of electronic data are easily stored in multiple places. A fire
or flood will instantly wipe out all paper data. How much would that cost your
business? Would you still have a business?