Alexander Aigner of Alaris hopes you’ll check out their information management solution,
ASCRiBO. It’s an “e-base” solution that runs on Mac, Windows, Linux and Solaris, enabling users to create databases developed and served up through Web browser software.
“The main advantage of our technology is that every database application can be configured using a Web browser,” Aigner told MacCentral. “We didn’t develop a new programming language, you still can use every programming language in the back office you like (C++, Java, PHP, etc.).”
It serves as an alternative to regular ASP software (Application Service Providing). Therefore, a wide range of solutions for every conceivable line of business is available already, Aigner said. The solution only requires standard software and hardware equipment. What’s more, access can be provided easily over various end user devices, such as personal computers, notebooks, and PDAs.
“I think our technology could be very interesting for Mac users, since programs are truly platform independent,” Aigner said.
You can find a demo and more info at the product Web site.