Gary Jowett, Sales Director CNC, November 26, 2009
We have been working with CNC for twenty years since 1992 when we developed the first version of their sales system using Informix 4GL/ESQL. In 2002 we redeveloped the system using PHP and MySQL.
Development was rolled out in phases; initially the old and new systems ran in parallel with the databases synchronising their information so that CNC benefited from elements of the new system as soon as they were developed.
- Sales Order Processing
- Contact Management
- Purchase Ordering
- Service Call Management
- Sales Invoicing
- Customer Portal
Major Pump Manufacturer, Eastbourne, East Sussex
We have delivered a new in-house computer system to automate the process of test data collection and production of certificates to accompany the pumps manufactured by our client. We are continuing to develop new features and will shortly be rolling the system out to other companies within the parent organisation.
We recently took over main support and development of Tool Net’s ecommerce website and associated back-office systems.
So far, work has included
Brighton & Hove Buses
“Sweet Code are our first point of contact if we require any database related work completed. Highly recommended!” Matthew Broadbery, IT Systems and Network Manager, B&H Bus & Coach Co. Ltd, July 26th 2010
We developed a management reporting tool to indicate where driver retraining is required to address safety and reduce fuel and maintenance costs.
The system was delivered before the required dead-line and resulted in a commendation to the company directors. As a result, Sweet Code are now a preferred supplier of bespoke software services.
- Data analysis and database design
- Automated data import from two separate computer systems into one relational SQL database
- Automated email report production at scheduled times
“Sweet Code improved our search engine rankings by enhancing the Adventure Sports Holidays web site so that links to non-existent pages result in an intelligent search of the site using the text of the URL instead of displaying Page Not Found” Tim Brickle, Director, Adventure Sports Holidays, August 2010