HyperOffice (http://www.hyperoffice.com/demos) has announced
HyperBase, “cloud-computing” software tools that give business users
the ability to collect, manage and analyze web-based data — and
share it with teams, customers, partners and suppliers.

Users of HyperBase can create online database management applications
for automating common business tasks, such as managing events,
tracking inventory and sales leads, user and customer surveys, and
processing support tickets, says Farzin Arsanjani, president of
HyperOffice. HyperBase is an alternative to Microsoft Access and
other traditional database software, he adds.

“It moves this data to the web, where it can be shared with
colleagues, managers and clients anywhere on the planet, using public
web sites, private Intranets and mobile devices, including
smartphones,” Arsanjani says. “”HyperBase is tightly integrated with
and adds significant new power to HyperOffice.”

HyperOffice is online messaging and collaboration software. HyperBase
users design and build contact forms, online surveys, customer order
forms, event registrations and other online forms “in minutes,
without writing a single line of code,” says Arsanjani.