Database development services
Over the years, we’ve built databases for organisations from Natural England to the Royal Marsden Hospital, from media companies to accountants, from government bodies to street cleaning teams.
No matter how big or small the database, our approach and our ethic remains the same.
It’s all about you.
Building trust as well as a database
We know that IT projects have a reputation for being painful. From geeks who live in basements and speak computer but not English, to projects run way over budget and way behind schedule – we all know the stereotypes. And like many clichés, there can be an element of truth.
That’s why we’re all about communication.
We can’t build a database that will really work for you unless we know how you already work, so that’s where we start. We begin by getting to know you, your company and your work. We take all the time that’s needed to immerse ourselves in what you’re doing, learning about not only what you, but how and why you do it.
Not only does this mean you get a database that will really work for you, but it also means that by the time you get to give the green light to the project, and we actually start writing code, you already know us. You know what we’re like, and you’ll have a good idea of whether we’ll be a good fit.
This is the initial guide we send new clients to help you to think about what you need from your database. Take a look now – it may help you to clarify for yourself exactly what you expect your new database to do for you.
Alternatively, just give us a call on 020 3397 1333 and we can have a chat about what you need, and whether we can help. Remember, our initial consultation (which we’re more than happy to do face to face) is always free, and we promise no hard sell.
Which one are you?
The IT Service developed us a database which quite literally revolutionised the way we worked.
From being heavily paper-based, we were able to use our database to electronically send invoices to clients, orders to manufacturers and newsflashes to our staff.
Not only did they display the technical expertise that reassured us that they could do the job well, but more importantly, they were brilliant at communicating, and became a really valued part of our team.