Stonefield Query for ALERE
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STONEFIELD QUERY FOR ALERE
What is Stonefield Query for Alere?

Stonefield Query for Alere is the customized reporting solution for Alere. Itís a non-industry specific, self service, ad-hoc, query and reporting solution enabling users to create and deliver business reports quickly, efficiently, and automatically.

Stonefield Query works with ALEREģ versions 5.0 to 7.0 SQL and VFP databases sometimes referred to as Client/Server and LAN.

- Tables are organized into logical data modules for ease of use.

- You can report on any custom tables and fields that have been defined in the USRDATA.DBF table in your ALERE installation directory

- You can also report on "User-defined Inventory Fields"

- Stonefield Query will use the custom descriptions that have been set for the MISC* and CODE* fields in the "Purchase Order Header", "Accounts Receivable Customer", "Sales Order Header" and "Inventory Items" tables

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Why do I need Stonefield Query?

Do you have trouble getting information to make business decisions? Does it take a long time to get information? 

Itís frustrating not getting the information from your system when you need it.  In todayís world information moves quickly. This is why itís essential to have the right information available at the right time to make business decisions. Often times, your focus is on other tasks. You donít have time to go back and forth with someone else to get your report done. When this happens opportunities are missed, sales are lost, and decisions are made with inaccurate information.

Who uses Stonefield Query?

Stonefield Query is scalable and used by small to medium businesses (SMB), Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies.

 

 

 

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