How goes Database application development?

Whether you need to manage customer data, organize inventory information, or keep track of your business contacts, there's likely an app for that. Or 30. The only problem is, no app is a perfect match to the way you work.

In your business, you have specific customer characteristics to track, unique inventory to categorize, or new types of contacts to file away. So with custom needs piling up - and software options whittling down - you come to a conclusion: it's time to build your own web app. But the thought of that - the billable hours or staff time - make you cringe.
Fortunately for you, there's another option you may not know about: building your own internal tool with a database builder.

From tools like Microsoft Access to more modern apps like Radugs there are database builders that make it simple to build any type of app you need. The only requirements are that your data can be entered with a form, stored in a database, and displayed in common rows, tables, or charts. If you're able to manage that, you'll get an app with just the features you need, and it won't even be that difficult to make it or break your budget.

Coding your own custom software is difficult, time consuming, and expensive - it's far more trouble than most teams can justify. But with a database builder like Raduga you can make something that works like that app you've always wanted for your business without touching a line of code.
There are just few steps to how make that method work!

  1. Lay the Foundation
  2. Pick a Database Builder
  3. Put Your New Internal Tool to Work


And always remember to
*Send Notifications
*Collect More Data
*Stay Connected
*Import Data
*Manage Finances
*Assign Tasks
*Create Documents