Database Integration Tips

Thanks to Steve Sanchez for a record-breaking workshop session on Making Database Integration Work For You! As a partner with InfoSolve, Inc., Steve understands the challenge of converting data into useful information. He highlighted three benefits in the recent workshop:

  1. Time savings are realized. Entering the same information is a waste of time and is an inefficient way to manage data.
  2. Errors are reduced. Entering information twice increases the chance for errors. Database integration acts as the "middle man" so information is transferred - error free.
  3. Service is enhanced. Integrated databases help companies find and give information quickly. That helps enhance service quality.

Download the workshop transcript now.

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