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Can Software Help Employees Enjoy their Workday (more)? - Part 2


understanding relational databases  utilize, to Brian Sommer’s understanding in his ZDNet blog post, subledgers for general ledger (G/L) in its in-core database. The vendor keeps source transactions in memory and can sort, parse, and restate the data in almost infinite combinations without any real effort . Moving relational database content to solid state memory without eliminating redundancies is not only inefficient but it cuts down on how easily data can be re-stated into different views (for example, creating a daily set of books

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