Database

Be empowered with the tools to design a customized data model. Users can build, implement and manage a tailored database suitable to the unique requirements and structure of their business.

database

No coding is required so users can choose whether they create and manage their data model in-house or seek assistance from a service provider. Most custom-designed online databases require specialist skills to create the required complex schemas. Because Kradle is easy to use and manage, it eliminates the reliance on specialists to develop a customized system.

The Kradle database module is an SQL relational database which means that it is faster, safer, scalable for future growth and can easily carry out complex queries. Data stored in Kradle is hosted at a location of choice within the Microsoft Azure Cloud. This means that it is backed up and secure for added peace of mind.

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No code, no schemas

Patented blade system

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Unlimited users

Unlimited data storage

Transparent pricing

No code, no schemas

Patented blade system

Preview documents, spreadsheets and videos

Unlimited users

Unlimited data storage

Transparent pricing

FAQ's

  • What is SQL?

    SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is used to communicate with a database. It is a programming language used for managing and retrieving data held within a database. One of the main benefits of SQL is that it means businesses can run queries to retrieve large amounts of data quickly and efficiently.

  • What is a relational database?

    A relational database is a collection of data organized as a set of tables from which data can be accessed. For instance, one table might include customer details such as name, address and phone number while another might include order details like product type, purchase amount and customer. An employee could then run a query (using SQL) on the customers that purchased a certain product and add parameters on price for a more specific set of data.

  • What are the benefits of storing data in Azure Cloud?

    In a nutshell: access, performance, data backup and security.

    Microsoft has leveraged its decades-long experience of building enterprise software and running some of the world’s largest online services to create a robust set of security technologies and practices. This means that Azure infrastructure is resilient to attack, safeguards user access to the Azure environment and helps keep data secure through encrypted communications as well as threat management and mitigation practices, including regular penetration testing.

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We created Kradle Software because we felt that there was a gap in the market for SMEs and that it was due for disruption. Businesses have long been at the mercy of expensive consultancies offering limited options for customizable and integrated business solutions. That is until now.

Michael Haddon

CEO, Kradle