The first computers were complex machines for math calculations.
Microsoft’s Multiplan spreadsheet created a revolution with virtual paper sheets where you can write down text an caculations.
Excel became a very power full tool for students and scientists.
Today, every company is using spreadsheets for data exchanges and vizualisation.
Some people use Excel macros: it is powerful but delicate.
Excel is an excellent tools, but it requires a lot of skills, patience and organization.
To optimize your activity, just think about something better than Excel!
Power and complexity that make Excel a formidable tool for experts is a disadvantage for industry usage.
Sharing files between multiple users, data protection and tracking is a real issue.
Now, you dont' need proprietary hosting like Office 360 or GoogleDoc.
Having listened to users, we have designed a simplified Excel like application which brings the same benefits as expensive database software.
We called it SODA, for ‘Social Data’.
In its basic version, it allows to recover Excel data in 3 clicks and share them simply.
You get sort and search functions in 2 clicks.
Like in Excel, you can easily import and export.
In its advanced version, you can process any kind of data: filtering, complex querying, reading and writing of barcodes, document printing, web publishing, smartphone access, etc.
There is nothing that SODA cannot do for you!
In just a few seconds you'll know how to simply and effectively handle data via our interface.
Then you can simply get your work into an Excel workbook to share among your network!
The pdf file on the help button will help you understand the functions of the software.
Whatever your business, you have address lists, inventory positions, inventories,
entry forms to circulate among people who are more or less prepared and trained ..
SODA allows simultaneous data access, and keeps track of all accesses. Daily backup is automatic.
There is no activity or business where SODA couldn't help!
Download SODA user manual
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