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Alpha AnyWhere Software Development: Four of Our Case Studies

Today, we are going to take a look at four exciting case studies: custom projects we have developed. The four software projects are: Avis Car Rental Contact Manager , No Interest Loans Account Management, Accounting Software for School Districts and Payroll Salaries Software for Employees of School Districts. Once you see the powerful custom software development our team can perform, you will want us on your next project. From desktop to web to mobile applications, we do it all! Plus, we have a team of remote database administrators to ensure your optimized database keeps all of your new applications running at lightning-fast speeds.

What Is Alpha AnyWhere Software Development?

Alpha AnyWhere is a software development solution design to speed up the custom software development process. Farber Consulting Group has experience with Alpha AnyWhere software development and used this design solution when creating a contract manager for Avis Car Rental. We have also used it to develop accounting and payroll systems for school districts in NJ and to create an accounting system for a non-profit organization (just to name a few of our big projects). The development engine is incredibly powerful when it comes to designing mobile applications, so the “anywhere” part of the development engine name is very fitting.

A Custom Database – Why Does Your Business Need One?

Your business is unique, and that means you need solutions that are designed specifically for your company. So that part of the reason for a custom database is easy to understand. The problem is figuring out how to get a custom database developed when much of the software out there is designed with a one-size-fits-all attitude.

Optimize your sql query for best search result

When developing solutions that require querying large amount of data, you may want to consider user Stored Procedures. When accessing multiple "query patterns", you want to program your system to use the most efficient algorithm to return your data to the user. While using dynamic SQL may work for small databases, a preferred method would be to use a Stored Procedure to optimize performance.