Many developers will say, “If you can define it we can build it.” 

We have learned from long experience that that approach can be scary if you are not entirely sure what you need, how to convert manual workflow processes into software applications, or how things will look in Quick Base. 

Our Difference
So we have come up with a different business model and approach . . . we bring many years of hands-on operating management experience to the process of helping you define not just what you need today but we help you anticipate future operating challenges that need to be considered in architecting not just a focused but a flexible solution for the long term. 

Our combined team has many decades of business experience as senior management in both for profit and not-for-profit businesses.

Our consistent focus with our corporate and non-profit clients has been to help drive significant productivity gains through development of custom workflow applications and management consulting on workflow optimization, management team alignment and strategy execution.

We have a sterling reputation after 15+ years as a Quick Base Solutions Provider.  

Our Values
We believe in creating partnerships with our clients that are built on:

  • Unruffled, thoughtful reactions to business challenges.

  • Exceptionally responsive service.

  • Originality.

  • Openness and honesty.

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Database applications are employed for four primary purposes in driving the success of your company:

1. Database applications are used to CAPTURE INFORMATION provided by the critical data generated internally through your workflow processes or provided externally by customers, vendors and other constituencies.

2. The solutions then transform the raw data into the information that your team understands as essential to MANAGE PROGRAMS and drive your business objectives.

3. Without such solutions and the information generated by them your team would find it virtually impossible to TRACK PERFORMANCE across internal and external enterprise operations and;

4. MEASURE OUTCOMES in order to provide customers, vendors, management and investors with the metrics needed to allocate company resources.