Data Management Consultants
began in 1986, when the owner, CG Cope, III, got his first
consulting client - CRC Chemicals, maker of WD-40. Within
three years, he was consulting for the top tier executives
at QVC Network, America's #1 TV home shopping show.
During his time at QVC, as the sole technical support consultant
for the Marketing and Merchandising groups, QVC grew from
$200 million in gross revenues to $1.2 billion.
Mr. Cope was instrumental in delivering
the information needed to make the critical decisions to the
top management people. One research study alone saved
the company over four million dollars in one year. Since
then, our client list has
grown to include industry leaders from many fields.
Our number one strength is our ethics.
This company operates under a high ethical standard that requires
truth at all times. For us the "Golden Rule" isn't a
platitude, but a bedrock foundation. We practice the
principal. If given the choice of suffering a loss or
shifting the loss to the client, DMCons will choose to absorb
the loss first. To us, a clean conscience is worth more
than money. It is because of our principals that we
offer a guarantee on our work. If we don't do it right
to your satisfaction, we will make it right at our cost.
Another strength of this company
is the ability to accept very difficult assignments, and with
a minimum of direction, accomplish the stated goals.
The background of DMCons consultants is varied and extensive,
touching almost every facet of computer usage. We hit
the ground running and don't look up until the problem is
solved. The ability to adapt and to learn while producing
is central in the experience of every DMCons consultant.
We treat our people with the respect due to professionals
and get their very best in return.
One of our consultants was asked
to design a marketing database for a client using a database
engine he had not previously used. Purchasing the engine
with his own money, he installed the engine on the clients
computer network, learned it, designed and built the marketing
database, built a GUI front end, populated the tables with
live data, and began to instruct the marketing analyst in
it's use - all in less than a month. The client was
thrilled. The IT group had estimated it to be a 6 month
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