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December 1, 2009

InfoDome releases beta version of online database offering

Allows remote users to access and manage data, and create and share own reports

By CBR Staff Writer

InfoDome has launched the beta release of InfoDome 1.0, a new visual way to create online database offerings.

According to the company, using the InfoDome 1.0 online database tool one can create an online database offering from scratch, by importing existing data, or by customising pre-built offerings, import Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, FilemakerPro, .csv and text files, visual drag and drop WYSIWYG tools to create forms and advanced reports, share forms and reports with specific users, with granular rights control.

In addition, other features include, instantly create and embed forms in a website as HTML or Flash files, browser-based format so no hardware, software, programming or IT required, developers can use REST API’s to integrate with other applications and 256-bit encrypted passwords, secure transport through SSL, HTTPS file formats, secure data centre with physically separated user databases.

Dave Kleinberg, CEO of InfoDome, said: Unlike software databases that are hard to share and other online tools that are either limited in functionality or clunky to use, InfoDome is visually driven and powerful. With just a few clicks, database authors, website designers and spreadsheet users can create flat-file or relational databases from scratch, by importing their data, or by customizing pre-built solutions.

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“Using 100% visual WYSIWYG tools, they create forms and advanced reports to let remote users access and manage data, and create and share their own reports. With another click or two, the solutions can be embedded in their website.

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