Wouldn't you like to know which
advertising method generated the
most sales, or which zip code had the
best estimate-to-sales ratio (closing
rate), or which worker or salesperson
is most efficient?
Storing the routine information we
collect daily in a database can answer
those questions and more.
My brother and I have been using
database management software in our
company for almost eight years.
Database management programs basically
permit you to:
• Create an on-screen form, like a
piece of paper with lots of divisions
for organizing the collected information.
• Enter the information, or data, into
the form and, when necessary,
change or remove it.
• Join the data with information
from other files and sort it selectively.
• List sorted