If you work for a company where a database is a critical technology which has to work right, and you want to turn databases into a power tool that can move business forward, instead of a problem costing you time and money, then we can help!
Our clients typically are growing at a tremendous rate, and rely on databases. When they are not able to keep up with growth and changes, they become a bottleneck or source of slowdowns, outages, or painful problems.
Most of our clients have a specialized line of business applications they use to run their businesses and rely heavily on databases being operational and top in shape. Clients represent a broad cross-section of industries, and are located throughout the USA and abroad.
Add our technology experts to your company’s team when:
- You need better reliability and stability of your databases.
- You need to know every transaction will be as fast as possible.
- You want to work on application code, instead of trying to make one of the programmers deal with database administrative activities.
- You know database downtime costs you money.
- You want your IT staff to do the jobs they were hired for, not waste their time on trying to be in “Accidental Database Admin”.
- You want to make sure your hardware is not negatively affecting your databases.
- You need to be sure security is in top shape.
- You need to know all best practices are in use in your db environment.
- You suspect things can be done better.
- You need to be certain your data is always backed up and maintained, period.
- Your current databases seem to hinder IT progress.
- You need to ensure cloud, virtualization and other options are being used correctly.
- You paid a lot for SQL Server licensing and need to ensure all features are put to use.
- You have “inherited” an environment built by someone else and need to ensure databases best practices are in place.
- You want to focus on your business, not the databases.
- You believe paying to prevent problems is more efficient than paying to fix problems.
- You need to know all “tuning knobs” have been located and dialed in to ensure maximum performance is squeezed from the SQL Server.
- You need Senior level database architect input to make sure where you are going makes sense.
- Your interests are tied to the bottom line.