Prevent costly downtime by ensuring that
your information is accurate and reliable.
Whether recovering from a system failure,
or running a daily check-up, Database Doctor
System Analyzer thoroughly checks transaction
records, balances and verifies relationships
between the General Ledger, AR & AP Sub
ledgers, and Sales History databases.
System Analyzer helps uncover system errors
that would otherwise be difficult or impossible
to detect, especially in a high volume transaction
Utilizing a complex and advanced set of
rules, System Analyzer does the hard work
for you, and takes the head-ache out of
balancing your system. Using a logical tree
structure and multiple level drill downs,
navigating your accounting data is quick
System Analyzer supports BusinessVision
System Analyzer is ideal for performing
daily system checkups on your accounting
system, providing an added measure of security
to ensure that information is accurate and
Doing a standard tape backup of a corrupted
database cost a company 5 days of lost GL
transactions before the database finally
crashed the program. System Analyzer is
ideal for early detection and correction
of database problems before problems get
Running a regular system checkup is as easy
as the push of a button and can be automatically
scheduled as a server based process on Windows
NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 servers with the
Business or Corporate Edition systems.
System Analyzer is an essential tool for
the accurate and expedient recovery of your
accounting system in the event of a failure.
System Analyzer will show you a top level
view of where the system is out of balance,
what periods are out, all the way to down
to the transaction level details.
System Analyzer automatically detects breaks
in Sub ledger relationships at the Period
balance and transaction level, and in both
directions (for example A/R to G/L and G/L
to A/R). The advance methodology analyzes
the results in a matter of seconds.
Using reverse logic, information can be
corrected or recovered by locating the transaction
records in other tables, showing you what's
likely missing based on what was left behind.
Data loss or errors can be attributed to
anyone of several factors such as, faulty
network cabling, NIC drivers, network congestion,
PC O/S errors, errant applications, etc...