At the Farber Consulting Group, our Alpha AnyWhere (formerly Alpha Five) developers work to create and maintain customized software for our clients. It is one of our specialties, along with things like MS SQL consulting. Why should you choose Alpha AnyWhere as the engine for all of your custom software development needs? We’re going to take a closer look at 6 things that set Alpha AnyWhere apart and make it the perfect development tool for your project.
Are you wondering if custom software development is the right direction to take for your business? Whether you are a New York or New Jersey company looking for new software or a complete revamp of existing systems, here are 10 signs that you should invest in custom software development rather than buying an existing software package.
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Multi-Tenant Database Application for Sending Messages Or News To Thousands of Users Hey, I am Eric from the Farber Consulting Group Inc., providing custom software development and database cleasing since 1992 and Remote DBA services as well. In addition, we provide database design services to fully optimized your database . Will be talking about the Multi-Tenant messaging system...
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As the company evolves, the application is a work in progress and requires updates, they are in the process of acquiring another car rental company, Payless, while already having Budget as a subsidiary. This required us to design a versatile report for the rental contract with a similar structure for all three companies, but malleable and flexible enough to use for the same three.
Clustered Index In Each Table Will Improve Your Database Performance In SQL When working with MS SQL every table should have a clustered index, preferably on the primary key field. The clustered index definition in SQL Server logically sorts the data adjacent to each other in that index key.
In many cases, we have an existing database but don’t have the original E-R diagram or physical model. Reverse Database Engineering allows us to reconstruct a physical and/or ER model from an existing schema.