Providing workflow and information
management solutions for small-
and medium-sized business

Looking for a competitive advantage?

Batchelor Associates build systems to help you run your business the way you would like it to run, placing important information at your fingertips, reducing repetitive tasks and duplication of effort.

We build systems to help you run your business more efficiently, eliminating repetitive tasks and improving reporting.
We build database systems which can be used in multiple offices or from home. No extra software or server licenses needed.
We can deploy systems on computers running Windows, Mac OS X or Linux.

Database Systems

Batchelor Associates design and build FileMaker database systems for a wide variety of businesses, ranging from small business systems to databases used by workgroups within large corporates. We also undertake development on existing FileMaker systems, including conversions to FileMaker 17. We are associate members of the Filemaker Business Alliance (FBA).

We can build systems using java-web start technology (the software installs itself from a web page).
We can access data in most SQL databases (PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Sybase, Oracle, MySQL, Firebird etc.) and FileMaker Pro.
We can build more efficient user-interfaces requiring fewer mouse-movements and clicks.

In addition to building Filemaker databases, we also work with SQL databases, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL and Sybase ASA using Servoy as a front-end.

We currently work in the following areas: headhunting, short-term letting, advertising sales, lead generation, fashion, book publishing, magazine publishing, worksheets/billing, retail and subscription management.

Dynamic Websites

We develop fast-loading dynamic database-driven websites using Ruby on Rails, with PostgreSQL and MySQL as backend databases.

Workflow Automation

We help automate repetitive tasks, typically within the design and publishing companies, by developing Apple- or Ruby-OSA scripts on Mac OSX.

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