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Day / Knight 24 Hour Computer Connection  Database Database Sales Proposal Team Magic Nellie Delgado [email protected] Megan Naecker [email protected] Jean Mercedes [email protected] Antonio Spano [email protected] 
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A good database entails the collection of data that is well organized. However, a great database  is one that takes this well organized data and renders it into useful information that can be easily  accessed, managed, and updated. Also, it’s absolutely imperative that a database complements  a company’s necessary business functions. In addition, all the information in the world will  equate to NOTHING if the user who manages the database isn’t able to comprehend and  analyze the quality and consistency of the information. These are the additional benefits that  make a database not only great, but outstanding!  Did I miss anything important? Sure didn’t, and we (Team Magic) know this. We know this because this is what we do! We  perfect the design and distributions of relational databases intended especially for your  business’s functions, and make it extremely easy, logical, and fun to use. You’re going to love  employing your new database (and that’s a tough claim for us to make considering the truth  behind how much we all truly DISLIKE data entry and information interpretation)! So, without further adieu, Team Magic proudly presents a relational database built exclusively  by elite undergraduate students who specialize in the complex field of Accounting Information  Systems at the University of Central Florida’s prestigious Kenneth G. Dixon School of  Accounting. It was specifically designed for Day/Knight 24 Hour Computer Connection (DKCC)  as an intensive fabrication of relational databases that mirror DKCC’s strategic and operational  activities.  Our competitors may also have an outstanding database for DKCC, but what separates us from  the rest of the competition? 
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For starters, we’ve actually studied and interpreted DKCC’s order of operations starting from  vendor distribution all the way to cash disbursements. As accounting students, we’re  consistently aware of the events DKCC undergoes and we possess the knowledge of not only  how to implement these events into our databases, but also how to interpret DKCC’s operations  for financial accounting, auditing, and reporting purposes. In a nutshell, we don’t just design it;  we build it from the roof - down.  This is a supreme advantage over other over-the-counter 
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