day’s Web-based business environment requires a sophisticated balance of design, architecture and technology engineering art and science to work toward an organization’s short- and long-term goals with success and style.

Web development is based on providing a efficient website. Efficient website mean also an efficient database.

With a web-enabled database, your staff and/or clients can access to real-time updated information from anywhere and at anytime.

Database integration allows designated users access to selected areas or your Web site safely and securely.

Our database experts design, integrate, and populate the database environment to accomplish your present objectives and reach your future goals. Your Web pages are fully integrated with any ODBC-compliant relational database, working with both Microsoft and UNIX platform technologies.

When designing a system, our experts build in ways to deal with redundancy, fall over and disaster recovery.

Consider the importance of your database to everyday business processes and the long term security of your data. With expert advice and consulting,  you will be able to tune your databases to maximise efficiencies.

 Database Integration

Drawing on our expertise in various platforms and software applications, we will work with you to develop and implement a strategy that ensures your data is accurate and timely and enables communication among your donor database, software applications and other databases.

Advantages of integrating your systems include the ability to

  • Access information from across your organization with a quick, single search
  • Use all the information your organization collects on donors, prospects and others to help manage your relationships with them
  • Efficiently maintain your information and mine data

Systems integration also helps your organization avoid the very real costs involved in training staff members in multiple software applications and staff gathering information from multiple systems. The result: You’ll be better equipped to take advantage of the information and intelligence you have available across your entire organization. 

 Requirements Analysis

The most important step n implementing a database system is to find out what is needed — What type of a database is required for the business organization, daily volume of the data, how much data needs to be stored in the master files etc. In order to collect all this required information, a database analyst need to spend a lot of time within the business organization talking to people, end users and get acquainted with day-to-day process.

 Database Design

In this stage the database designers will make a decision on the database model that is perfectly suited for the organization’s requirements. The database designers will study the documents prepared by the analysts in the requirements analysis stage and then start developing a system that fulfills the needs.

 Evaluation and Selection

Once the data model is designed, tested and demonstrated, the next phase is to evaluate the diverse database management systems and choose the one that is perfectly suited for the requirements of the organization. In order to identify best performing database for the organization, end user should be involved in this phase.

 Logical Database Design

Once the evaluation and selection phase is completed successfully, the next step n the database development life cycle is logical database design. The conceptual design is translated into internal model in the logical design phase. This includes the mapping of all objects i.e. tables design, indexes, views, transactions, access privileges etc.

 Physical Database Design

Physical database design is the procedure of selecting and characterizing the data storage and data access of the database. The data storage depends on the type of devices supported by the hardware, the data access methods and the DBMS.

Physical design is mainly significant for older database models like hierarchical and network models. Physical design is very vital in database development life cycle and has great significance as a bad design can result in deprived performance.


In most databases a new database implementation needs the formation of special storage related constructs to house the end user tables. These constructs typically comprise storage group, table spaces, data files, tables etc.

 Data Loading

Once the database has been created, the data must be loaded into the database. The data required to be converting and migrating to the new database, if the loaded data is currently stored n a different system or in a different format.

 Testing and Performance Tuning

The next phase is testing and performance tuning, this phase starts soon the data is loaded into the database. In this phase, database is tested and fine-tuned for performance, integrity, access and security constraints. It is very important that the database administrators and application programmers work together during this phase, because testing and performance tuning happens in parallel.


Once the data is loaded into the database and it s fully tested, the database is than released into production.

In operation phase, the database is accessed by the end users and application programs. This stage includes adding of new data, modifying existing data and deletion of obsolete data. The database administrators perform the administrative tasks periodically such as performance tuning, expanding storage space, database backup etc. This is the crucial phase as it provides useful information and helps management to make a business decision, thus making the smooth and well-organized functioning of the organization.


Database maintenance phase is very important and it is one of the ongoing phases in DDLC. Factors such as new business needs, new information requirements, acquisition of new data etc will make it essential to formulate ongoing changes and improvements to the existing design. The major tasks in this phase include: database backup and recovery, performance tuning, design modifications, access management and audits, usage monitoring, hardware maintenance, upgradation etc.