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Introducing AmpUp, a Cloud-Based Enterprise Platform

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We have developed a web-centric database tool called “AmpUp” used for rapid development of enterprise systems. Born out of necessity for supporting our customers, AmpUp has successfully demonstrated that it reduces implementation efforts and budgets by more than 50%.

Conceptually, the AmpUp tool is a wrapper between an organization’s data and its website. By providing a number of  high-level enterprise system functions for database access, user security and web page generation, developers are now able to concentrate the bulk of their time on their customers’ unique requirements.

AmpUp follows the cloud paradigm of Platform as a Service (PaaS). This is where AmpUp’s functions are available to a public or private cloud and can be shared across several systems. For customers with more sensitive applications, AmpUp is available for installation on their private Intranet as well.

While there is more technical information about AmpUp on the DataPlex website, in this article we would like to focus on these four features:

  • Automatically taps into existing databases
  • Provides instantaneous web forms and reports
  • Enables static and dynamic field dropdown selection
  • Easily adds data record navigation controls

DataPlex revamps PrefixSuffix.com

DataPlex enhanced PrefixSuffix.com, a major online English language reference site. DataPlex engineers added clear navigation, engaging content and revenue generating ads, converted a static word root list to a MySQL database, then greatly expanded it, while adding some “sticky” educational games.

These enhancement were designed to make the site more attractive to more visitors and to keep visitors on the site longer. One week after going live with the improvements, PrefixSuffix.com experienced a four-fold increase in traffic and and twelve-fold increase in revenue.

DataPlex Implements Web Database for Charitable Organization

DataPlex project managed and implemented a full-scale web database for tracking a charitable organization’s membership and activities. The charity’s executives can securely access the database through standard HTML pages anywhere in the world, and instantly download filtered lists to Microsoft Office products including Word and Excel.The database is implemented using MySQL, the server-based language is PHP, the client-based language is JavaScript, and the HTML pages are sources from templates that are maintained directly by the charity’s staff.