DB Maker 3.50 Free download
|License:||Free to try|
|Price:||$49.95 (Software discounts)|
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 3.x, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003|
|File size:||825 KB|
Publisher description for DB Maker
DataBase Maker enables you to extract specific data from HTML and TXT documents and create text databases. The program lets you analyze and search a selected document for specified data, and convert the unstructured results into a text file for further processing in a spreadsheet application like Microsoft Excel and MailList Express. Using the DB Maker will help you get a handle on large external information flows and make them an integral part of your mainstream business database. Constantly updating and staying abreast with current information is a critical factor for any business today. The program will become a connecting link between corporate databases and raw, random information.
DB Maker is a very powerful marketing tool. The program can be used to perform a number of different functions, including: to process raw and random data downloaded from the Internet, to systematize catalogs; lists and price list; to process stock quotations, prices and offers; processing orders; to set up subscriber databases; to transfer information from email clients; to analyze statistical data on websites; to process email and support email messaging and distribution; to set up various types of databases etc.
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