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What is User Focused Data Architecture?
Over the years, JCK has worked successfully with many data consulting and development firms. Here are some of the finest.|
Farmington Hills MI 48336-1703
Ideal Systems is a consultancy specializing in training and custom application design with years of experience bringing the principles of user-focused data architecture all the way to sound applications. They offer classes in web development, application development, and user interviewing. They're also the publishers of the zTools™ development tools for the .NET environment.
43422 West Oaks Drive #294
Novi, MI 48377
One-Point Solutions has made its name as one of the premier Informix consultancies in the nation. Principal Ron Flannery sits on the board of the International Informix Users Group and has written several books on Informix administration. A specialist in using Informix for web solutions and e-business, One-Point has successfully used UFDA design techniques in many client settings.
20197 NW 10th Street
Pembroke Pines FL 33029
Arif Ahmed, principal of e-BizSoft.com, has over two decades of experience in Information Systems. His consultancy focuses on providing leading edge e-business solutions. One of his strategic advantages is the use of sound data design principles, which helps him get his projects off to swift and sure beginnings. This enables him to deliver the best value to his clients, on time and under budget.
Since 1989, JCK has been devoted to teaching and implementing the principles of User-Focused Data Architecture. UFDA is based on the principle that the users are the data experts in any organization. Sound data architecture should focus on extracting the user's knowledge, clarifying ambiguous defintions, and building understandable data structures. These definitions and structures serve as the basis for system development. The first and most well known UFDA technique is Extended Relational Analysis ™ (ERA), which has been proven for decades. More recent techniques include Business Event Analysis & Modeling ™ (BEAM), which is useful for both Transactional Systems (BEAM TSS) and Decision Support Systems (BEAM DSS).