THE PULSE BLOG

New Prospecting and Sales Call Software – Hyper Call Q

Los Angeles, CA – Pulse Infomatics Streamlines the Sales Call and Prospecting Process Pulse Infomatics is preparing to release it’s flagship Sales Prospecting and Call Center software, Hyper Call Q, for limited custom release in January 2017. Hyper Call Q provides a simplified, single-screen and push-button actions, for almost all call resolutions. Additionally, sales reps […]

Embedding Google Forms on WordPress

If you run a wordpress site and want to include simple poll questions or other specialized input forms on your pages or blog posts, consider the Google Forms plug-in from Mike Walsh. I’ve used it for years and it combines the power of Google Forms with WordPress. In your WordPress console, add & activate the […]

Excel VBA to remove duplicates and merge cells

Excel Automation for Data Analysts

Should you learn VBA? Note: A very simple sample file and code can be downloaded just above the video. A lot of “real” programmers dismiss VBA and Visual-basic in general. This is short-sighted for a number of reasons. Building solutions should be about effective solutions, not a myopic focus on the “most powerful tool.” When […]

How to migrate SQL Server instances with permissions to a new server

We recently virtualized a client’s server environment. We’ll write more about virtualization, general concepts, at a later date. As part of that, we had to migrate 3 SQL Server instances to a new server. This was made significantly simpler with a Powershell Script. DBATools – Powershell Scripts to Migrate SQL Instances Download and install the […]

Is your SAGE 50 Accounting too slow? Virtualization and Terminal Server

Technologies Sage 50 Accounting 2017 & 2018 Windows 2016 Hyper-V Windows 2016 Remote Desktop Server (Terminal Server) Dell Poweredge T330 Server Sage 50 Performance Sage has performance issues going back to its Peachtree roots. It is inefficient on a network and has poor utilities for purging and compressing data. My client was at their wits […]