A company Web site is now technologically and financially within reach of all but the smallest organisation. Unfortunately, while it is quite easy to set up a simple HTML page listing information about your company, some photographs and a few contact phone numbers, that doesn't really cut the mustard in the more competitive environment of the Web. Few, if any, large companies could do without a database of some sort on their site, whether it's for maintaining an updated list of product stock or for serving the actual Web pages.
Here's where the 'Web for all' idea falls flat on its face. If you're not familiar with Oracle, SQL and so on, and can't afford the minimum £500 per day development costs, then you're in trouble. You could always muddle through using Access, but Ezenet has a more elegant solution. Instabase is a simple, powerful database engine, supported by a Web publishing tool that allows you to create and publish databases with little or no technical knowledge.