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Analysis: Custom database design, programming and problem solving
Analysis refers to figuring out what the data in a database can tell us. By carefully designing questions called queries, a database can be "mined" for information. Charts, graphs, reports, indicators, trends--these are just a few of the kinds of things revealed by analysis. It's one of my favorite parts of working with databases. Conversations with clients typically start with "Would it be possible to..." and end with "I didn't know we could do that."
Q. What kind of projects need analysis?
A. Quite a few:
seeing clients on a population density map
determining driving routes
optimizing inventory reordering
viewing annual, monthly, or weekly trends
tracking advertising expense and new business
direct mail projects
...and countless more
Q. Can you handle large scale projects?
A. I have worked in Western Massachusetts since the mid-80's. I maintain contacts with many of the programmers and systems professionals in the Pioneer Valley.
Q. What if I don't see my database on your list?
A. Contact me anyway. We may be able to figure it out; if not, I'm likely to know whom to call.