utilize non-proprietary commercially
available software, such as Microsoft SQL Server and Excel. By using
familiar, readily available software, you can avoid the learning
curve necessary in becoming proficient with a new piece of software,
thereby, saving you time and improving the reliability of your resulting
the software to your requirements for managing data. The database
is designed to meet your needs instead of forcing your needs to
fit the software.
the system easy to use. Personnel with little or no computer background
will be able to quickly adapt to the system.
pull your existing data into the system and install and train your
personnel in its use.
you in improving data reliability. Laboratories will be able to
forward data to you electronically, allowing for automated
data entry. Automated data entry increases efficiency and reduces
the possibility of data entry errors.
custom design additional modules for you, again using commercially
available software, as your data management needs change or as your
budget allows. This means that the application can evolve in response
to your changing needs.
you with automated reporting formats, allowing you to respond with
ease, in a timely fashion, to data reporting requirements established
by various regulatory programs.
provide you with the capability to export data to other computer
programs for specialized analyses, reports, or graphs. This capability
opens up a variety of options to you for evaluating your data.
you with a system that enables your personnel to conduct ad hoc
queries and develop ad hoc screens, reports, and graphs.