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    SuperLuminate -- The Bottom Line

Does your company:
  • Use a database to maintain company information,
  • Have a set of reports to analyze company data,
  • Have, or need, a glossary to maintain and distribute common business terms,
  • Maintain a set of Key Performance Indicators to measure success,
  • Monitor Sarbanes Oxley compliance.
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, your company needs a data dictionary.

Most companies cannot afford, or will not budget for, the expense of a data dictionary. Data dictionary software can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars and is considered a luxury to most corporate executives.

If you have documented a new project using a word processor or spreadsheet, and then were asked to combine the information with other project information, and maintain and distribute the information - you know you need a data dictionary.

SuperLuminate (the data dictionary) can be installed and maintained by someone with basic computer skills.

Here is your chance to get a fully functional, web based, multi-user, data dictionary for FREE.

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