DATABASE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Database System Architecture & Design

STRATEGY

SETA understands that your company’s data is one of most valuable assets. To be successful at database system architecture and design, you not only need an investment in IT but a process that aligns all aspects of the data, processes, and people. We ensure accurate and timely information retrieval, which is crucial for any business. Our design provides high quality data security, integrity, yet is open enough to integrate with other data sources of organization. We know that well designed timely and accurate information, ultimately results in greater insights, better business decisions, and higher performance.

Database System Architecture & Design

EXPERTISE

We take a holistic approach to database system architecture and design, meeting the needs of 500+ companies. Our team of database consultants has extensive experience in data modeling and logical database design, reporting tools, and configuration of large-scale data warehouse architecture. The rapidly changing needs of business demand flexibility, and SETA has the solutions to set up efficient tailored data architecture and develop a solid operating model around it.

Database System Architecture & Design

HOW WE DO IT

As the Internet plays a growing role in business applications, SETA has sought to provide clients with the highest level of services, including:

  • Migration of data and data conversion between traditional databases (Access, Oracle, MS SQL Server, DB2), cloud databases, non-relational databases (Excel, files), and more
  • Evaluating current databases and overall IT needs
  • Developing an upgrade approach
  • Tracking progress of the IT implementation plans
  • Ensuring ROI is achieved 

Database System Architecture & Design

BENEFITS

SETA has a unique ability to help identify root causes of database design deficiencies and propose alternative solutions. We also provide services on database performance tuning and optimization by investigating core defects including challenges related to poor table design, poor relationship identification, invalid use of join functions, keys, and data constraints. Our services have reversed the poorly-code stored procedures, views, and triggers.