SQL accounting systems arrive
- Accounting apps feature flexibility. Damore, Kelley // InfoWorld;11/1/93, Vol. 15 Issue 44, p20
Features two accounting products from SBT Accounting Systems Corp. and Great Plains Software Inc. SBT's Professional Series 2.51 accounting system for DOS and Windows; Great Plains's Corporate Dynamics, Dynamics C/S+ and Dynamics, Release Two; Features; Capabilities; Support for different...
- ALOS to sell SBT Accounting Systems new software products. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;07/03/2000, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p14
Reports that a computer, networks and software company called ALOS has become a reseller for SBT Accounting Systems. Features of SBT Professional Series 6.0 software; Incorporation of electronic business modules called WebTrader and ProAlert; Integrated suite of Microsoft-based accounting,...
- Financial Reporting with ANALYSIS SERVICES. Levin, Yoram // SQL Server Magazine;Apr2004, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p41
Discusses the implemenetation of financial reporting using SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services. OLAP modelling; Reporting of complications; Creation of multiple hierarchies in the ChartOfAccounts dimension; Mapping of report lines in Reports table and accounts in the ChartOfAccounts table.
- MS Office Accounting Takes eBay Internet Orders Live, Integrates with Word and Business Contact Managers. // National Public Accountant;Nov2007, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p44
The article discusses the benefits of Office Accounting 2007 from Microsoft Corp. Bob Lewis from Microsoft said that Office Accounting is really a software for business management in which accounting is happening while one is doing business rather than at the end of the week. Office Accounting...
- Charter Serving Dealers Through 30th Anniversary. // Power Equipment Trade;Nov2014, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p40
The article offers information on Charter Software Inc., a maker and vendor of dealership equipment systems for equipment dealers. Topics covered include the firm's acquisition in 1996 by Anne Salemo from his father Gerry Fricke, who customized the Disk Operating System-based (DOS) accounting...
- Tomorrow's data bases today. Urschel, W. // PC World;Feb88, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p146
Review. Structured Query Language, or SQL, developed by IBM in 1976, is in use on mainframes, minis--and now micros. IBM's endorsement of SQL has led software publishers to produce, notably Relational Technology's Ingres, Informix's Informix SQL and Software System's Xdb. Advantages of SQL as...
- The SQL standard fractures. Leon, Mark // InfoWorld;02/03/97, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p1
Reports on the age-related problems affecting the SQL standard. Consequence of the adoption of relational database technology to support alphanumeric data; Proposal for a SQL3 draft that attempts to add object-handling extensions; Companies involved in the SQL3 draft proposal.
- After a decade of growth, SQL finds an uneasy stability. Dodge, John // PC Week;2/14/94, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p3
Editorial. Comments on the development achieved by the structured query language (SQL) public-domain standard in its decade of development. Adoption in relational databases; Milestones in SQL history; Obstacles encountered in application; Directions pursued by standards groups.
- Data-access threesome aims at users with no SQL training. Moser, Karen D. // PC Week;4/4/94, Vol. 11 Issue 13, p49
Reports on the release of data-access tools aimed at corporate users who do not know SQL software. FindOut Analyst from Open Data; Control-D/PC for Windows from 4th Dimension; SmartLook from STS Systems Incorporated; Prices.