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BaseNow 1.1.7

BaseNow is a database front-end desktop application that provides a powerful tree-style user interface for all your databases. It connects to

BaseNow is an ideal solution when a fast and simple access to data is required. The data may be in the form of a text file on a local computer, in an Excel spreadsheet, or on an SQL Server located on another continent - it is all the same to the program. 

BaseNow works with Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Excel, and all other ODBC and OLEDB compatible databases. The program can simultaneously display an unlimited number of heterogeneous databases, all combined in an intuitive user interface. 

It is very easy to transfer the data from one database to another - all you need to do is use the copy and paste operations just like in any text editor. The program modifies the database structure, creates SQL queries and manages relationships and indexes.

Use BaseNow for:

 Mailing list management
 Deduplication and data validation
 Fast access to the data using built-in Search and Replace tool
 Contact management
 Creating new databases
 Automating database maintenance tasks
 Exchanging data between variety of database formats

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