10 Undeniable Reasons People Love Database Applications

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There are way more than 10 undeniable reasons why people love database applications but we know you are busy so we condensed it into our top 10. Are you ready to fall in love with database applications? Beware, it’s addictive!


1. and 2. Fast and Easy to Create

If you stop and think about it for a minute, you probably already know what you want your database applications to look like. Once you sit in front of the computer and you actually start creating it, I’m positive it shouldn’t take a lot more than 30 minutes. Can you believe this is the average amount of time it takes to build a database application?


3. Many Projects from One Application

Once your application is created, derive as many projects as you need from it. Here is a basic example. Most online database software users will at one point or the other create a task tracking application. It is usually a very simple application with the name of the task, its status, a due date and an assigned to field. Even if we all know the task tracking application is very basic, we all know that we all have an incredible amount of tasks, recurring or not, work related for different projects or personal. If you don’t want to end up sharing your personal tasks with your coworkers, use the same task tracking application but create two different projects, one for personal use where you are the only one who has access and one you share with your coworkers.


4. Your Idea = Your Application

When it comes to designing applications, the sky is the limit. Of course, it usually starts with the tasks, clients and contracts basics but this is nowhere near where it ends. What about an application to manage the tax returns of a CPA’s clients? Or what about an application to track the blogs you are writing? And even with the basics, a client tracking application for a chiropractor will be far from being the same as the car dealership’s one! The point is, if you have the imagination to dream it, you can create your own applications.


5. All-in-One Solution

All your applications and projects under the same roof, it’s that simple!


6. Customization

The customization starts with the creation of your application but doesn’t stop there. Along the way, when using your application, you may find a bit of fine-tuning to do. You may want to move this or that field or add one or two. No problem! Your application is not static; it sure can evolve down the road.


7. Zero Programming

You can create and customize all of your applications without ever calling the IT department. You absolutely don’t need to know or learn any obscure programming languages. From creating your applications to using all the features of your online database software, good old English is all you need to read and understand.


8. No More Spreadsheet

Simply say goodbye to all the spreadsheets encumbering your desktop. Say goodbye to the multiple versions spread across your team. Say hello to a lively version of your data that you can now update, consult and share all under the same roof.


9. Keep your Preexisting Data

What to do with all those pre-existing data stuck in your spreadsheets? You sure don’t want to lose it, it’s vital information for your business! Don’t worry, with most online database software, you can either create your application by importing your data or you can create the perfect application and migrate the data afterward. Nothing is lost!


10. Collaboration

Finally, database applications allow you to collaborate with the members of your team. For example, assign your items to the right user with user list fields or manage the priority of each item with the creation of a status field. With a cloud-based solution, you don’t have to worry if your team is scattered around the globe, your database applications are there to help you track your information and share it with your team, wherever they are.


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