How well do we know SQL Server ?
We have been working with SQL Server since 1996, and have delivered a number of complex solutions in that time period. We have worked with the product from it's early split from Sybase, moving through the various versions, seeing improvements in the product, and a wealth of new functionality with each release. Maybe we are biased, but life as a sql server developer is good, the product grows from strength to strength, and we look forward to working with this database for many years to come.
If you are looking for development and support expertise for versions 6.5 -> 2008 , then we can help. We have worked on transactional databases, datawarehouses, OLAP and reporting solutions for major organizations such as the NHS, and smaller companies looking to upsize from Microsoft Access or Foxpro.
If you need ETL developer skills to bring systems together, or transform data across systems, we are rather good at that too.
Please call us today on 01305-851543. Full references and testimonials available on request
Retail Decisions Ltd
The task: Retail Decisions Ltd safeguard over 50,000 points of sale globally against card fraud - their systems rely on excellent performance. We were invited to improve performance on their card validation processes, critical as the company was handling an ever increasing demand for card validation.
The solution involved first analyzing the performance bottlenecks through use of the profiler, and then restructuring code to give a dramatically improved performance.
In the words of the project manager "We enjoyed having Peter Clements with us and found his work to be of a high calibre. We would very much like to offer him further project work should the need arise ..".
Kingsborough Insurance Services
Kingsborough Insurance Services Limited part of Peverel Group provide comprehensive and cost-effective Buildings and Contents insurance cover specifically designed for the retirement sector.
The task: to design and develop a new insurance management system based around a complex SQL Server 2005 database.
We were hired to design and develop a new insurance management system based around a complex SQL Server 2005 database. Kingsborough had previously relied on Microsoft Access databases and spreadsheets, so there was a migration exercise to move on to the new platform. Anyway the system has been a great success and the project manager Andy Prince commented "The work has benefited the business in many ways. The main benefits being that the consolidation of 6 systems into 1 enhances the productivity of our employees and has reduced the reliance on our IT department as the business are able to manage the system themselves.".