Received in response to our ‘5 Reasons’ blog post, we decided to share this email because it includes more great reasons for choosing a MultiValue database!

REASONS FOR CHOOSING A MULTI-VALUE DATABASE By: Sidney Abrahams                                                    Many vendors, millions of users, global support Optimized algorithms for operations Automatic indexing Archiving built in Transaction Logging Incremental saves Three dimensional data structure Reduced development design complexity Variable length records Can be Web enabled Database structure legally licensed over 27 times Memory resident binary…

Maverick System mvAPI

Dick Thiot has made his mvAPI C# application available to the multivalue community. It is available for download on GitHub at https://github.com/dthiot/mvAPI. It allows a multivalue developer to provide data from a multivalue database to a web page. The solution requires the BlueFinity’s mv.NET product to provide the access to the Multivalue database. The mvAPI…

5 Reasons MultiValue Beats Relational Databases

Chances are, your business uses some types of relational databases. Since the dawn of the Internet, SQL databases and similar competitors have been dominant forces within the market. Their familiarity is comfortable, but that doesn’t mean they’re better. MultiValue databases provide some very powerful benefits which you should really consider taking advantage of. MultiValue databases…

Good News For The A-Team!

Ashwood Computer, Inc. has been selected as a finalist in the competition for this year’s Blue Ash Business Awards!

The Blue Ash Business Committee & Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce want to celebrate Blue Ash businesses that best exemplify the city’s motto – Aspire, Achieve, Advance.


https://www.cincinnatichamber.com/events-programs/awards-recognition/blue-ash-business-awards-reception/blue-ash-business-awards-reception

BASIC DIMension statement

The BASIC DIM statement allows you to create a one or two dimension matrix. It is an executable statement with a high overhead. I have found programmers using the DIM statement in a loop. This is a poor use of the DIM statement and incurs a high overhead due to deleting and creating the matrix…