The current uncertainty in the economy is causing many organizations to look for ways of making their operations more productive. These organizations are focusing on short-term survival without compromising their prospects for expansion in the future, causing them to cancel many critical projects. The current business environment is pushing organizations to do more with less, resulting in cost-cutting efforts such as process improvement and organizational realignment.
These initiatives are significant for information technology (IT) departments, which face increased demand to support these realignments without the resources they have had in the past. Chief Information Officers need to reduce costs while increasing efficiency, goals that are often exclusive. Database integrated development environments (IDE) are an important method of accomplishing both objectives. A database IDE often includes the following tools: Query analyzer, query builder, visual analytics, debuggers, editors, entity-relationship modeler, and version control.
Cutting costs and improving efficiency have always been key requirements for remaining competitive. However, the current economy makes them essential for the survival of a business. Budget reviews and process improvements are part of this strategy, but organizations also benefit from a database IDE. This solution makes database users more efficient by allowing them to perform a variety of tasks from a single interface.
Read the 10-page whitepaper “Achieve More with Less Resources” to learn how a database IDE is an effective method of doing more with less in IT. This solution allows you to connect to a server that provides access to a variety of tools, allowing you to automate complex tasks.