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    Tiriga is a ‘high-end’ IBM system, one component of an entire property management suite of tools.

    I have done some research into this and there isn’t (if I understand your need which is likely very similar to mine) anything out there that really fits the bill. There are a number of data ‘standards’ that define what would be in a system such as we need but there isn’t the software tools outthere. I have flirted with the idea of just creating a SQL database of fields and relationships that would (theorically) accomplish what I would like and then worry about a user-interface later on. It’s just one more project.

    Companies like Catholic Mutual Group (i.e. insurance related) have databases that have some of the information already in order to do a good job of keeping track of insurance valuations, etc. and I’ve also looked into leveraging that kind of information for this role but again, its another project, albeit even a bit more difficult because you would really want to somehow ‘tie’ the database information together and right now, that’s just not feasible.

    If anybody has other ideas, I’d love to hear them to see if they’re viable.


    Grant Emmel
    Diocese of Madison

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