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With a broad background in Microsoft technologies, General Processing is able to design and implement customized solutions that meet your requirements.

Dynamic Web
Specializing in data driven web design and development, General Processing can create anything from brochure-ware to web based business applications. Integrating any of Microsoft's latest technologies into your internet/intranet is what we do best.

Client Server
Applications built with technologies like Visual Basic 6, VB.Net and MS Access offer excellent performance and fast times to production. For many business needs this is still the preferred way to build an application. If you are trying to decide between a web based application and a more traditional client server solution, General Processing can analyze your business processes/requirements and implement the best solution for your needs.

General Processing has considerable real world hands on experience working with one of the best databases available, Microsoft's SQL Server 7 and 2000. From ground-up database design, to data marts, to B2B data transfers, to database administration, perfomance tuning and security, our experience means your data will be secure and readily available at all times.

Using established and emerging messaging technologies General Processing can help your organization streamline and automate the flow of transactions, interactions, decisions, tasks, knowledge assets and mission-critical functions.

Office Solutions
One of the great things about working with a package like Microsoft Office is that the solutions that can be achieved seem endless. If your office runs on MS Office there are many great things General Processing can do to make your processes and routines more efficient.

General Processing can help your business build dynamic reports and documents, and make them accessible to any audience in nearly any format.

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