Datatrack

Since 1987, Datatrack has been helping companies communicate with their clients. Datatrack began as a source for dynamic multimedia presentations in the corporate world and as technology evolved, so did we. Datatrack started working with clients to create websites that helped them become involved in the e-commerce revolution. Our knowledge of business processes, data management, corporate marketing / positioning, technology, and our steadfast ethic make datatrack more than just a website design firm. We know how to do business and how to make the web work for you.
Our goal is to create websites that are focused on your business objectives. When developing e-solutions that translate to business results, we evaluate your current marketing plan, and provide a cohesive e-strategy to help you achieve your goals.

We will bring your website alive with brilliant graphics and page layouts, so we will keep them there. Whether you are looking for the web for direct sales, B-2-B, or as a link to your clients, Datatrack wants to maximize your goals by using the latest web technology.

Do not just take our word for it, see for yourself. We’re proud of the work that we’ve done for our clients. From small business to large organizations, Datatrack can help you establish (or re-establish) the digital identity that you need to become part of the online business community.

Datatrack has been providing Internet solutions to all types of organizations since 1995. We have been working on our e-solution efforts for this day.
Datatrack, Inc. provides a full array of internet services from logo to complete e-commerce sites with real-time credit card verification.

From informational sites through high end database driven sites, we can meet your strictest requirements. Our in-house programming staff has over 20 years of experience in application design and implementation. Database driven sites offer the flexibility you need to keep your site fresh without the hassle of programming. Typical utilization of database driven sites include:

  • Database product catalogs
  • Contact Management
  • Online Surveys
  • Database driven page content

Our superior graphic capabilities offer unique designs to captivate any audience.

Your presence on the web should be as unique as your organization. At Datatrack we’ll evaluate your needs and match them with the technologies that make sense for you. Because web-based technology constantly changes and evolves, it is a truly interactive link with your potential and existing clients.

Whether it be secure e-commerce, Java, Active-X, Flash targeting, forms processing, ASP programming or simply coding, Datatrack is prepared to meet your needs.

E-procurement
Definition and system

The following definition of E-Procurement seems to us appropriate:
E-Procurement supports the relationships and processes of a company to its suppliers with the help of electronic media.

Following this very far-reaching understanding, e-procurement can encompass both strategic and operational procurement
processes. These may refer to any kind of inputs that an organization asks for on the market. By direct goods one understands commodities or advance payments, which flow directly into the own achievement. In
contrast, indirect goods are all those products and services that the company needs for its own operations, from capital goods to consumables and maintenance. Indirect goods (excluding capital goods) also use the term MRO products (maintenance, repair, operations).

In practice, different systems for electronic data exchange can be found when purchasing direct or indirect goods. Since the purchase of direct goods is generally characterized by long-term supplier relationships and high sales, EDI products, which are specially coordinated between the partners, often Interfaces that are directly connected to in-house ERP systems. EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange and is based on
inter-party agreed format standards for business documents (for example, UN / EDI-FACT). ERP systems are typically designed to streamline operations within an organization. The cross-company processing of purchasing processes must therefore be implemented either individually (through one-to-one connections with supplier systems) or through special e- procurement modules that support open standards.

Prerequisite for order support in the ERP system is that the goods or services to be created are created in the system. Since the creation and maintenance of these material master data represents a considerable effort, most companies limit their ERP systems to the entry of direct procurement goods. In the area of office supplies and consumables, large-scale companies are now using desktop-based desktop purcing systems (DPS). One of the goals of these systems is to enable decentralized purchasing at employees’ workplaces, to save costs, to grant defined rights to purchasers and to create multi-supplier catalogs. DPS are integrated as client software in the office environment of the employees.