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Excel to Cloud Database: Why You Should Hire a Consultant

Friday, June 17th, 2016 / by ExcelHelp

Excel to Cloud Database: Why You Should Hire a ConsultantMost companies may already be using Microsoft Excel and those that are continuing to grow are quickly discovering that they may be outgrowing simple spreadsheets as a solution. This is where ExcelHelp.com can assist you. A division of eSoftware Associates Inc, ExcelHelp.com specializes in creating custom hybrid Excel Cloud Database solutions that are designed to meet the specific needs of your business or organization.

We can work with your existing software system and improve its efficiency leveraging Microsoft Excel, SQL & Access. What this means for your company is that your employees don’t have to waste time re-learning certain processes. However, we do offer remote or on-site training for those who need to get better acquainted with cloud computing. 

ExcelHelp.com offers a Bug Free Guarantee, ensuring that the additional processes to expand your data storage will go smoothly and efficiently, as our highly trained senior-level engineers will design them to be.


What’s the Purpose of a Cloud Database?

The cloud allows you to store a massive amount of data on a remote server that is accessible through the Internet. This innovative way of storing data eliminates your business from having to dedicate space and money toward a temperature-controlled room to store all of your servers. You won’t have to worry about the security of your data or it being compromised.


How Do I Get Access to This Cloud?

We specialize in building Excel, Access, SharePoint & SQL applications that have the option of reaching out to the cloud and seamlessly retrieving your data in an effective manner for use in proposals, estimates, meeting minutes and truly anything else you can think of. Accessibility can also be through a web-based front-end that provides access to data for end users.  Specifically Excel to Cloud been has proven to be an effective and inexpensive way to make day-to-day operations efficient and flexible that ultimately offers a better, faster and cheaper application solution.

Implementing the cloud in your business allows you to store information for any type of custom, business related use:

  • Estimating applications
  • BOM (Bill of Materials) applications
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Project Management applications
  • Commission Calculation engines

Note: Google & Microsoft Azure are great examples of a cloud computing databases. 


Basic Structure of a Cloud Computing

To keep things simple, the basic structure of cloud computing consists of the front end and the back end— the front-end can be localized and the database may be hosted in the cloud. Your data no longer has to be confined to a single location. What this means for you is that you now have the mobility and flexibility to access all of your information anywhere in the world.

Front End

The front end of cloud computing represents the computer, the side that the user operates. This is where you’d gain access to the cloud and can be done through the Internet. There are all type of interchangeable front-ends but we really love Excel because of the built-in calculation engine and formatting options.

Back End 

The back end of the cloud computing system holds all the information. There, you’ll find the database that stores applications, and all of the servers including the central one that follows all of the protocols through middleware, allowing the computer networks to communicate with each other.


Upgrade Your Process Today

There are a lot of requirements that go into making an Excel to Cloud solution work exactly as you would like it to, which is why companies hire us to make sure it’s done correctly the first time.

If you are curious in learning more about upgrading your businesses’ storage solution without having to upgrade your hardware every 3-5 years, contact the professional engineers at ExcelHelp.com for a free consultation. You’ll have a dedicated account manager who will offer creative database solutions with a commercial grade design. Call us today at 1-800-682-0882 or contact us online.


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