We've developed Access Databases in Raleigh for Progress Energy (Training tracking access database), NuFarm Pesticides (chemical Environmental Protection Agency registry web application) and The Select Group Staffing Firm (Purchase Order tracking and fulfillment tied to invoicing). These are professionally built database with advanced navigation forms, criterion for reports, and normalized table structure.
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Raleigh (/ˈrɑːli/; RAH-lee) is the capital of the state of North Carolina and the seat of Wake County in the United States. Raleigh is the second-largest city in the state, after Charlotte.
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Here are some clients we have helped in Raleigh
Radon Testing Labs
Nufarm Americas Inc.
NuFarm is a pesticide chemical manufacturer based in Australia. They're office in Raleigh North Carolina initially engaged us to build an Access Database to track Environmentl Protection Agency (EPA) forms. They have over 2,000 EPA forms on file with the US Government.
Upon further conversation and discovering the intent of this chemical/pesticide client, we decided that an Access Database WAS NOT the proper solution.
They desired people AROUND THE WORLD to enter and query their application. So we built this database using PHP web pages and a SQL Server data file. You may find more information about this application at www.data-blade.com
From their website: We know that growing is about more than just crops and cultivation. It's about sunshine and rain, early mornings and hard work. It can be frustratingly unpredictable, but also wonderfully uplifting. More than anything, it's about people. Nufarm is the dependable partner behind thousands of agricultural success stories. Every day, growers around the world turn to our products and our people to help with the challenges of fighting disease, weeds and pests, and to increase crop yields.
The Select Group
One of our former Capital One clients moved to a staffing firm in Raleigh, North Carolina. As Chief Financial Officer at this new firm, he re engaged us to build an Access Database to track Purchase Orders and Timesheet information. Ease of use and quickness in handling large amounts of imported Excel data into this Access database is key for this finance/accounting department to generate their monthly invoices while staying within the budgets if each individual purchase order. This Access database imports Excel Spreadsheets full of monthly time. This time is then applied to existing, budgeted Purchase Orders. As the budget limits of the Purchase Order is reached, the user is notified that the PO is in jeopardy of being exceeded. At that point, individual time records may be split (internal access functionality that reduces and appends) amongst additional Pos. Furthermore, this mission critical Access Database also has a series of reports that allow the users to see which Pos are in Jeopardy of expiring based on the average billings/day and the number of days left in the Purchase Order contract. Lastly this administrative Access database runs Excel Exports for creating the actual invoice that is sent to this staffing firm's clients.
We built a certification tracking Access database application for Progress Energy to keep help them stay in compliance. This application tracks employee certifications for nuclear power training and alerts them when certifications will expire.
We've worked on similar certification tracking applications for other clients like ClementPappas (food and beverage) and International Marine and Industrial Applicators (Military Subcontractor). The IMIA application is a PHP MySQL Application and more information may be found here: PHP and MySQL Development
From Wikipedia: Progress Energy, headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, is a subsidiary of Duke Energy and prior to its merger with Duke Energy was a Fortune 500 energy company with more than 21,000 megawatts of generation capacity and $9 billion in annual revenues. Progress Energy includes two major electric utilities that serve approximately 3.1 million customers in the Carolinas and Florida.