Can EQQ help improve part of your Access – SQL Server life?

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You may have challenges developing and delivering what your user community wants and needs. One of the challenges may be a stream of pleas: “I know the database has all this good data in it. I urgently need a list of ... by … for last quarter; and can you give it to me in Excel – by Thursday?”

Do any of these reactions feel familiar to you or members of your staff?

  • It’s yet another interruption to our key project.
  • It’s always an emergency – to the requestor.
  • As soon as we deliver it, they’ll ask for another variant that’s almost the same.
  • I hate for us to mess with Access, VBA code, and pass-thru queries for things like this.
  • They tell us how important it is, but they wonder why it takes a lot of time.
  • They tell us it’s really important, but want to treat us like a low-level clerk.
  • They’ve asked us to give users a way to write queries to get data out of the database themselves. A ghastly idea!
Ewarenow Quick Query (EQQ™) actually does provide a safe, trustworthy way to let user get data out of the database themselves.
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With tight security, you control who can do what. And in no case will EQQ let a user insert, update, or delete data in the application database. SELECT only.
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You can create a set of foundation views that simplify and flatten the data. This can be a critical success factor in making EQQ meet your needs in the organization.
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You can create some important and powerful queries based on the foundation views. They will contain sets of required and optional parameters. A few key users (typically Excel power users) will also be able to create queries based on your views.
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Many authorized users will be able to use the queries created by you and the power users.

You’re invited to learn more about EQQ or even request a free trial license at http://www.ewarenow.com/index.php/eqq/.

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