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  • What’s a database? – Action item: need to replace image
  • What’s a database?
  • What’s a database?
  • Caspio Sample
  • What’s a database?
  • What’s a database?
  • Sample Screen
  • User Interface rating and why it is rated thus?
  • Design is superior to others – why?
  • Design for core functionality was in place We had made a decision to migrate to cloud computer years earlier We knew we needed to reduce the number of applications we are using
  • Data mining Mass-change Closed the gap between data collection needs and data entry
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    • 1. DIY Web DatabasesPresenters:• Eric Segal• Mona Peglow
    • 2. Evaluate This Session!Each entry is a chance to win an NTEN engraved iPad! INSERT QR CODE HERE or Online at www.nten.org/ntc/eval
    • 3. AgendaQuick Background Who are Cloud Databases good for? Who is this Session Designed for?Introductions, and what you would like to get from this sessionCase Study Part I: Good Shepherd – Problem StatementWhat is a database? What is a cloud database?ProvidersCase Study Part II: Good Shepherd – Quickbase DevelopmentDemonstrationCase Study Part III: Good Shepherd – Lessons LearnedQ&A
    • 4. BackgroundWho are cloud databases good for?Who is this session designed for?
    • 5. IntroductionsWhat would you like to get from this session?
    • 6. Case Study Part I: Good ShepherdProblem Statement
    • 7. Good Shepherd Catholic Community DIY Databases Slide 7
    • 8. The Challenges We Faced Key processes needed to be streamlined Using Multiple Application Databases Training was time consuming Reporting was difficult DIY Databases Slide 8
    • 9. Database, Cloud Database DIY Databases Slide 9
    • 10. Simply put ..DIY Databases Slide 10
    • 11. What is a cloud database? DIY Databases Slide 11
    • 12. Providers DIY Databases Slide 12
    • 13. Collecting Structured Data on the Web •Co CASPIO DIY Databases Slide 13
    • 14. Caspio •Co DIY Databases Slide 14
    • 15. Integrating Quickbooks Using method •Co DIY Databases Slide 15
    • 16. salesforce •Co DIY Databases Slide 16
    • 17. Trackvia •Co DIY Databases Slide 17
    • 18. Trackvia •Co DIY Databases Slide 18
    • 19. Zoho Creator •Co DIY Databases Slide 19
    • 20. Case Study Part II:Quickbase Development
    • 21. The Approach We Used Database design (fields, tables, form views, user permissions, etc) Migration in phases Membership Data Operational Functions Integrated (Advanced) Reporting Testing Additional Data cleansing Training
    • 22. Quickbase Demonstration
    • 23. Case Study Part III: Results
    • 24. The Results of the SolutionsProductivity gains Significant data collection | entry efficienciesProcess Improvements and transactionalagility Ability to de-centralized data entryImproved reporting Management, broader access, standardizationEase of use Online “help”, multiple language, search function Scalable – volume and functionality Donor Management, Knowledgebase Project Management Communication Production Planning, Event Planning
    • 25. Case Study Part IV:Lessons LearnedPath Forward
    • 26. Lessons Learned Total content management strategy a must! Processes were transformed Workload shift – changing job responsibilities Certain capabilities of legacy system retained Understand legacy system sweet spots Visual aesthetics vs performance We still have much to learn
    • 27. Questions?

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