• Update your SQL Server data quickly and easily

    Join the 100+ other businesses relying on SQL Spreads to keep their SQL Server data up-to-date.

    Many companies hold critical data in their SQL Server databases; but, that data is often difficult to update by the employees who use it. Instead, updates often require contacting specific people in the IT department who have access to specialized tools to connect to the database and perform the updates.

    When there is no easy way for employees to manage and update data, they often hide the data in Excel files instead of storing it securely in an SQL Server database.

    Get non-SQL people to update SQL Server data

    SQL Spreads makes it possible for non-technical people to use Excel as a tool to manage and update SQL Server databases—with no need for coding or extensive training.

    The data from SQL Server is presented in a standard Excel table, including filters and all of the other great Excel features. End users can update the data in Excel, and immediately save those changes back to the SQL Server database.

    Even databases with internal relations (foreign key relations) can be updated easily through Excel, and formulas can be used to calculate values that are stored in the database.

    When working with huge tables containing thousands—or even millions—of rows, data can be loaded selectively, reducing load times and sparing users from navigating irrelevant information.

    Get secure collaboration

    SQL Spreads uses Windows Authentication to secure the SQL Server data during updates through Excel.

    To improve collaboration, a conflict-detection system checks for multiple users working with the same data simultaneously, warning of the risk that data may be overwritten.

    A change-tracking system shows who has changed a row and when the change was made. When needed, a complete audit log can be created that will show every change made to the database, sorted by username, and the time the change was made.

    All entered data are validated immediately against the data types in the SQL Server database, and users will receive immediate feedback regarding invalid values that do not meet the requirements of the database.

    To improve the user experience, data can be filtered based on the current user, keeping irrelevant data out of the user’s way. You can even set up an access system to give different users access to different sections of the data.

    Get centralized data

    It’s not uncommon for valuable data to reside in Excel files, simply because it’s easy to manage and keep the data up to date.

    SQL Spreads provides an easy way to update and manage your data in SQL Server, enabling you to move more data into the database. Within five minutes, you can create a user interface for a new database table in SQL Server and share that data with the people who need it.

    Implementation is fast and inexpensive, and it can be done by in-house personnel. If any requirements change down the line, it is easy to go back and perform any necessary updates.

    Apply for a demo and see how you can use Excel to update your SQL Server data

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    “It’s a fantastic product for non-SQL people. For people experienced with SQL, it is a major time-saving tool that combines the best of SQL and Excel.
    I would recommend SQL Spreads to any company that uses Microsoft SQL Server.
    I would even say that any serious company using SQL Server should have SQL Spreads in their software repertoire.”

    Kevin P. Barnett, R.E.A. Group Holdings PLC, UK

    “Prior to purchasing SQL Spreads, we had no interface for users who worked outside of SQL Server to access and edit information.
    The time and cost of implementing SQL Spreads were much more efficient than purchasing or building an elaborate custom interface.”

    Rebecca Alcorn, Huntley & Huntley, Inc., US

    “It has saved us hundreds of hours. We have used it to help us put in place data integrity controls and perform mass master data updates.
    Installing it was very easy and customer service has been great.
    I highly recommend this tool for any business with an SQL Server database.”

    David Carlson, CFO, State Systems, Inc., US