"Database Centralization" Please respond to the following:

Computer Science
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Nov 21st, 2014

Many associations struggle with their management information systems and their membership databases. One of their primary struggles is the lack of centralized information. Too often, assosiations and non-profits keep separate databases for membership, events, sales, and other processes.When at all feasible, these databases should be combined into a single, centralized database. A centralized system means that for member Joe Smith, there is only one place a user has to go to find his name, primary address, and activities within the association. There are several benefits to moving your data to a centralized system.

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