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We provide data services to businesses and organizations in Austin TX and all Texas cities. With over 3 decades of experience in the database business, you won’t find a company that can solve your specific database needs with higher quality service or better prices than Northwest Database Services. No matter what your specific need is, our team will find a data service solution to suit your situation.

 

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Northwest Database Services is a full-spectrum data service that has been performing data migration, data scrubbing, data cleaning, and de-duping data services for databases and mailing lists, for over 34 years. NW Database Services provides data services to all businesses, organizations, and agencies in Austin TX and surrounding communities.

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Database Services

When you need your data to speak to you regarding your business’s trends, buying patterns or just whether or not your customers are still living.

Data Transformation

We provide data transformation services for Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) operations typically used in data migration or restoration projects.

De-duplication Service

Duplication of data plagues every database and mailing list. Duplication is inevitable, constantly keeps growing and erodes the quality of your data.

Direct Mail - Presorts

It’s true the United States Postal Service throws away approximately thirty five percent of all bulk mail every year! Why so much? Think: “Mailing list cleanup.

Email-Phone Append

With access to more than 500 million email addresses, Northwest Database Services uses one of the most comprehensive and unique data sets in the industry.

NCOA

Over 40 million Americans change their address annually, which makes us do the work to maintain a high-quality mailing list while you focus on your business.

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What Is a Relational Data Base?

Although relational databases sound intimidating, at its most basic, a database is simply a place to store information. Databases play an important role in data analytics, software engineering, data engineering, and other areas. This can look different in practice, but relational databases are a special type of database used to store and retrieve data from apps.

Because they are flexible enough to cover many industry uses, relational databases are very popular. You might be familiar with industry favorites such as SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL even if you haven’t had the opportunity to use one.

What is a relational data base? You are probably familiar with Excel spreadsheets. They work in similar ways. A database can be thought of as having the same column and row structure. However, they are based on the idea of a table but have certain features that allow for data retrieval and analysis.

Multiple tables are common in databases. They can be linked together if there are overlapping columns or, in industry jargon: a primary key. Companies can use this interlinking architecture to help them make sense of the different types of data generated by their business lines.

The Relational Database Model

Let’s first look at the reasons that the relational database was created. E. F. Codd, an IBM employee, created the relational database in the 1970s. He wrote a paper outlining the rules for data storage. Each row has a unique primary key. Tables are related to each other if they have columns that correspond to the unique key. The foreign key occurs when the primary key is used in a different table.

Relational databases define the data types in each column, as well as primary keys and column names. These attributes are called the relational schema and they structure how new entries are added into a database.

This may seem too abstract. If you’re interested in analytics, it might be hard to conceptually understand why. Let’s look at an example of how businesses use them.

Let’s say you have a shoe company that sells online. They will store customer data across multiple databases depending on which data is stored when a customer orders shoes online. The columns in the Customer table could include Customer ID and Mailing Address as well as Purchase ID and Purchased Item ID. Columns in the Marketing table might include Customer ID, Transaction Amount, Purchase ID, Promotional Campaign, Purchase ID, and Purchase ID.

This simplified database shows Customer ID as the primary and foreign keys. We can now see the effect of marketing on sales generation.

Material for this article originally appeared on Career Foundry.

Northwest Database Services has 34+ years experience with all types of data services, including mail presorts, NCOA, and data deduplication. If your database systems are not returning poor data, it is definitely time for you to consult with a data services specialist. We have experience with large and small data sets. Often, data requires extensive manipulation to remove corrupt data and restore the database to proper functionality. Call us at (360)841-8168 for a consultation and get the process of data cleaning started as soon as possible.

NW Database Services
404 Insel Rd
Woodland WA 98674
(360)841-8168

City of Austin TX Information
Austin Texas

Austin is the capital of Texas. It also serves as the seat of Travis County and the largest city in Travis County. Parts of Austin extend into Hays and Williamson. It was founded on December 27, 1839 and is currently the 11th most-populous US city. It is also the fourth-most populous Texas city. Since 2010, it has been one the largest and fastest-growing large cities in America. Downtown Austin and Downtown San Antonio lie approximately 80 miles (129km) apart. Both are located along the Interstate 35 corridor. Some believe the two regions could one day become a “metropolis” like Dallas or Fort Worth. Austin, the capital of the state of Texas in the contiguous United States, is a “Beta-” global city according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

History

Since at least 9200 BC, Austin, Travis County, and Williamson County have been home to human habitation. According to evidence found in the region and at the well-studied Gault site, which is midway between Fort Hood and Georgetown, the area’s earliest inhabitants lived during the Pleistocene (Ice Age), they are connected to Clovis culture around 9200 BC (over 11200 years ago).

The area was inhabited by the Tonkawa tribe when European settlers arrived. It was also home to the Lipan Apaches and Comanches, who were known to have traveled through the region. Spanish colonists, including the Espinosa-Olivares-Aguirre expedition, traveled through the area, though few permanent settlements were created for some time. Three Catholic missions from East Texas were merged in 1730 and reestablished as one mission in Zilker Park in Austin. After seven months of being in the area, the mission was transferred to San Antonio de Bexar where it was split into three missions.

Climate

Austin is situated in the middle of a narrow transitional zone that separates the dry deserts and lush green regions of the American Southwest from the more humid, lusher areas of the American Southeast. Both its climate, topography and vegetation have similarities. According to the Koppen climate classification, Austin is classified as a humid subtropical climate. This climate has long, hot summers and short, mild winters. There are also warm, to hot springs and fall seasons. Average annual rainfall in Austin is 34.32 inches (872mm), distributed evenly through the year. Spring and fall are the most wet seasons. Sunshine is abundant in all seasons with 2,650 hours of sunshine per year, which is 60.3% of the total.

Demographics

There were 961,855 residents in 2020. This is an increase from 2000’s United States census, which showed that there were 656,562 people and 265,649 households. In addition, there were 141,590 families living in the city. The 2000 population density was 2,610.4 people per square mile (1.007.9/km2). At an average density of 1,100.7 inhabitants per square mile (4255.0/km2), there were 276,842 dwelling units. 265,648 households were found, with an average density of 1,100.7 per square mile (425.0/km2). 32.8% of all households consisted of individuals and 4.6% were composed of someone 65 years old or older. The average household size was 2.40, and the average family size 3.14.

Transportation

72.7% of Austin commuters drove solo in 2009. Other modes were: 10.4% carpool, 6.6% remote workers, 5% transit, 2.3% walking, and 1% bicycle. The American Community Survey calculated Austin’s modal shares in 2016 at 73.5% driving alone, 9.6% carpooling, 3.6% riding transit, 2.5% walking and 1.5% cycling. Austin has a lower percentage than the average number of households that do not own a car. In 2015, 6.9% of Austin households did not have a car. This percentage has decreased to 6% in 2016. In 2016, the national average was 8.7 %. In 2016, Austin had an average of 1.65 cars per household, compared with 1.8 nationally.

TomTom ranked Austin 19th nationally and globally as the city with the worst traffic congestion in Texas in mid-2019.

Top Businesses

In 2010, the Greater Austin metropolitan statistical region had a gross domestic product of $86 billion. Austin is a major hub for high-tech. The University of Texas at Austin has thousands of graduates every year from its engineering and computer science programs. This steady supply of workers helps to fuel Austin’s defense and technology industries. Forbes has ranked Austin as the number one city for jobs in 2012, and WSJ Marketwatch ranked the Austin area as the number one area for growing businesses. Austin’s high concentration of high tech companies was a major factor in the dot-com boom of the late 1990s. It also suffered from the subsequent bust. Austin’s top employers include the Austin Independent Schools District, the City of Austin and Dell.

Some of the content on this page originally appeared on Wikipedia.

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