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SAP America, Palo Alto, CA

Americas Partner Relationship Manager (Access frontend, SQL backend) SAP needed a system to manage its network of partner alliances. Partners are managed by one or more SAP account managers. Each partner has one or more key contacts. Partners also have multiple programs with vast amounts of collateral data pertaining to each (Excel files, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, etc.). We designed a system running on an Access front end and a SQL Server back end. The Access front end was customized to resemble a standard web-style interface SAP employees are accustomed to. The SQL back end enables remote users located across the country and around the world to connect to the database and work with it just as if they were working on the local network.

EMEA Partner Relationship Manager (Access frontend, SQL backend) On the heels of the successful deployment of the APRM solution to North and South America, the software was recently localized and rolled out to the managers reponsible for managing accounts in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Users connect via a secure, high-speed VPN to a server located in Walldorf, Germany to edit and share critical business data.

Deloitte, San Francisco, CA

Target Marketing System (Access frontend, Internet Replication) One of Deloitte's product groups needed a database to share information on target accounts amongst its regional managers. The managers are dispersed throughout the country. We designed a system using an Access front end along with a replication server hosted on the internet. Under this structure, each user has a local copy of the database on their laptop. This enabled employees to be fully functional while disconnected from the network. Users periodically connect to the internet and synchronize their database with the master, uploading their changes and downloading changes made by others. Synchronizations occur within 30 seconds.

California Department of Public Health, Richmond, CA

Electronic Data Imports and Exports (Access) CDPH receives data in a variety of proprietary formats from local laboratories. Previously, all data was manually entered into their system. We developed several tools to import this data electronically. Users still manage the process and are able to scrub the data prior to load, but most of the raw data entry has been eliminated. We also automated the transmittal of data to partner organizations via Excel and PDF exports and auto-generated emails and fax transmissions.
 
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