Welcome! At GroverDB, we believe that data should be easy to manage and easy to find. We’re thrilled that you’re here and want to take our Demo for a test drive.
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GroverDB is a no-code database creation program that thrives on real-life connections between data. Organize the database how it makes sense to you and your company, input your data, and then view your data - either in spreadsheet form or graphically.
GroverDB can be used as a database for many different applications. Here are a few examples of what we can help you track:
- Manage a portfolio of clients
- Track company assets for inventory
- Manage referral sources
Our demo databases include a wide variety of ways to use GroverDB - HR database, Startup Ecosystem, ITIL Server inventory, and the industry standard Northwind Traders company.
These demo databases show you what your database will look like and allows you to interact with the sample data. Future releases of GroverDB will include creating your own database from scratch or from migrated data you already have, with NO CODING SKILLS REQUIRED.
Here’s how to get started:
- After logging in to your account, select a demo database from the Public Database section
- Walk-through our in-app tour, or close the tour to view at your own pace
- The demo database opens to the Browse View, which allows you to find and view the data
The demo data can be edited however you choose - it will not be saved and no other users can see your edits.
Logging out will take you to the original login page where you can then select another demo database to view.
Below is a list of features and benefits you can explore with the demo versions of GroverDB.
The Viewer section lets you view and edit your data in a traditional spreadsheet layout - the Browse View - or graphically - in the Connection Viewer.
The Browse View lists all items (Objects) stored in the database. It can be organized and sorted through the drop-down menu. Data can also be sorted by its Statuses, which are defined in the blue buttons across the top of the spreadsheet view. The list view can be switched to the card view.
Clicking on any item - either in the list view or card view - brings up an Object Preview of that item.
In the Browse View, click on an item to open the Object Preview. Click on the Connection Viewer button.
This opens the Connection Viewer window with that item. Hover over the data block (Node) to reveal several action buttons along the top of the block.
Click the “plus sign” button to show the first level of connections with that item. Click the “plus sign” button again to show second level connections. This button can continue to be pressed through all connection levels. Use the zoom tool in the left-hand corner to re-size the Connection Viewer window. Hover over the connection line to see additional information about that connection.
The Connection Viewer can also be opened by clicking on the Connection Viewer icon in the toolbar. Once the Connection Viewer window is open, use the QuickSearch Bar to find an item and click on the item to add it to the window.
The filter can be used 3 different ways: the traditional Hierarchy view, the visual Starburst view, or the Alphabetical view. Any filters that are selected are applied across both the spreadsheet view and the Connection Viewer. This is helpful for quickly seeing groups of data at one time, for assessment or to see if there are any outliers.
You can also sort by Status - where an item is in a process, such as an employee status, or a prospect in a sales process. The blue Status buttons below the toolbar can be toggled on or off to show all items that correspond to the highlighted Status buttons.
A big differentiator between GroverDB and other databases is the ability in GroverDB to create multiple, complex connections between data, just like in real life. For example, a person is an employee of a company, a person attended an event, or a customer bought a product. However, a person may have attended an event and also bought a product. Both of these types of connections can be easily created. Connections are created and viewed in the Connection Viewer.
In the Browse View, click on one of the items you’d like to connect. In the Object Preview, select the Connection Viewer icon.
This will open the Connection Viewer page. Once the Connection Viewer is open, use the QuickSearch bar to find the second item you’d like to connect. Select this item and it will appear in the Connection Viewer page.
To create the connection, first decide the direction of the connection. Connections are defined using real language terms, like “Mary is an employee of Acme”. Hover over the first item (Mary) and select the Create Connection button.
This opens the Connection popup window where you can select the Connection Type (Employee). Then, drag the connection line to the second item (Acme).
The QuickSearch Bar in the upper left-hand corner allows you to search for any item within the database.
Click on the star next to an item to add to your Watchlist. Click on the Watchlist button on the left-hand side to see all items on your Watchlist.
With GroverDB, you can assign weights to Connections and Statuses which will then be applied to an item using that Connection or Status. This allows you to view relative engagement scores across your data, to see how active certain data is compared to other data, and also how the activity has changed over time. For instance, a prospect may start with a minimal Engagement Score, but as they attend webinars and contact your sales reps for more info - essentially, as they engage more with your company - they become more active. Because of the higher Engagement Score, this prospect now stands out in your prospect list as someone you may want to reach out to over the other prospects in your list.
View Single Item Engagement
To see a single item’s Engagement score, click on the item in the Browse View to open to Object Preview. The graph shows the item’s Engagement Score over the lifespan of that item.
View Multiple Item Group Engagement
To see how a group of items has changed Engagement over time, first select which group of items you’d like to see using the Hierarchy Filter or the Starburst filter. Then, select the Dashboard icon from the toolbar, which will open the Engagement window.
We Want Your Feedback!
GroverDB is a customer-driven company and we rely on comments, suggestions and feedback from the community. Please let us know how we can improve so we can become the best database software to run your business. firstname.lastname@example.org