A Database Can Organize & Speed Up Your Use of LOTS of Data!

A “database” provides you with user-friendly forms by which you enter whatever data you need to save. The database then organizes your data into a collection of “tables,” and provides you with forms and reports so you can easily pull the data back out in ways that you want.

Your existing data can be imported into a new database.

Databases are powerful ways to handle:

– customer lists,
– mailing lists,
– inventory,
– invoices,
– billing,
– orders,
– scheduling,
– service records,
– ownership tracking,
– equipment tracking
– just all kinds of things!

To see how a database can help you, visit our Efficiency Database Services website.

We have pre-made databases that could possibly be quickly tailored to your situation.

Or we can build custom databases from scratch.

Contact Us: 402 460-6216.

Connie Wins “Entreprenuer of the Year”, 2010, from REAP

Connie-jacketCFRA (the “Center for Rural Affairs”, Lyons, NE) has chosen Connie to receive their “Entrepreneur” award in February at their annual “MarketPlace Nebraska” conference in Kearney.

Connie works frequently with CFRA’s REAP program – the “Rural Enterprise Assistance Program.”

Here are some excerpts from the award letter Connie received.

The Entrepreneur Award is for an innovative person working with REAP who is in the forefront of microenterprise development.

. . . REAP staff appreciate your dedication, perseverance, strong work ethic, and positive attitude in building your business and are proud to have you as our 2010 Center For Rural Affairs Entrepreneur Award winner!

And then they give a little history of the development of Connie’s “Efficiency Counts.”

Efficiency Counts started in April, 2004, in McCook. You took the initiative to acquire an Accounting Degree from Mid-Plains Community College located in McCook and initially started Efficiency Counts in the back of Prairie Wind PC’s in McCook in 2004.

In 2007, you moved to Hastings where husband Larry serves as Pastor of First Baptist Church. You opened the doors to Efficiency Counts in an office building near downtown Hastings in April, 2008. The business has grown steadily over the last 6 1/2 years, in customer base, income and recognition.

Efficiency Counts recently “moved up” a floor to Suite 208, a much bigger office. Recently Efficiency Counts added 2 employees both of which are young mothers – one who is single.