MySQL is an open source relational database management system (or RDBMS for short). This type of database organises data into one or more data table in which data types can then be related to each other to help create structured data.
Created by a Swedish company MySQL AB (acquired by Sun Microsystems in 2008 who in turn were acquired by Oracle in 2010) and internally released in 1995, MySQL is the most popular open source SQL database management system.
MySQL is a database management system
MySQL can be used for anything from a basic stock list to be used for structuring a simply vast amount of information related directly to your business. SQL databases (Structured Query Language) allow a business to add, access and even process whatever data they want to use. There is almost no limit to what it can handle because modern office work computers can easily handle these large amounts of data. In short, they are the ideal way for a business to manage large amounts of data.
MySQL is very fast. MySQL is very reliable and MySQL is very scalable.
At Momentum Bookkeeping, we build custom built MySQL database cloud solutions for businesses across the UK that need a data handling solution for their bookkeeping, finance and accounting that will allow the business to run smoothly while all the accountancy processes run seamlessly in the background.
With bespoke SQL databases systems built by the Momentum bookkeeping team, every client gets a tailored made system designed for them. Whatever business sector you are in we will create a bespoke bookkeeping solution that is perfectly suited to your business needs.
Think of it like this, if your business is a square peg, we will build you a square hole.
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