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data base program that can store lots of product inform

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I run a small trading company and I am looking for a data base type program that can store lots of product information, ie supplier, price, crosses, marketing copy, documents, images etc...and make it searchable

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Re: database program

That's easier said then done.

Things to have a look at:
- http://www.openerp.com/
- http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/default.aspx (note there are 2 different versions: NAV and AX)
- http://www.sap.com/solutions/sme/business-one/small-business-management-software.epx
But probably you'll find those too big and too difficult to implement without rather expensive help of rather expensive consultants.

An alternative might be to hire a programmer and let him make it for you. That can take anything from 1 month to 2 years, depending on your requirements and his experience.

Kees

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data base program that can store lots of product inform

Hi

If you have not any financial problem then hire a one programmer or contact software making company to build a software according to your requirement. This software saves a lots of time.

Thanks

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