About

Me (and Super Rolodex)

My name is Chris, and I wrote the Super Rolodex program.

I’m just a regular guy who spends too much time in front of a computer, (at work and at home). But I do find time for vegetable gardening, … I love harvesting potato’s and onions, and eating tomato’s fresh off the vine. I love hiking and enjoy going geocaching with my wife, and I like riding my bike with the guys from work. I like dreaming, thinking and designing, and asking the question – “What if?”…

Enough about me. Please poke around this blog and discover what Super Rolodex can do for you.

What is Super Rolodex?

Super Rolodex is a unique database program. It was originally created to be used as just a “contacts” program but as it was being used by more and more people, with more and more database needs, the potential for Super Rolodex was quickly realized. Super Rolodex was being used for much more than just a contacts program. For example, Super Rolodex programs are being used in industrial material handling companies for keeping track of parts warranty returns, and vendor/customer contacts, service technical bulletins, auto parts stores for customer contacts, small companies with simple inventory systems, writers use it for organizing characters and plots, gardeners use it for making gardening logs. Super Rolodex is also being used for diaries and daily activity coordination, user-name and password organization, electronic notebooks, product expirations, scanner frequencies, police departments, fire and rescue, construction companies, and even funeral homes. So as you can see, Super Rolodex is really a very customizable and versitile program.

With the latest release, we have made it even better by increasing the number of customizable datafields to 100, and also making the program available to users to create entirely new software products of their own design that they can sell or give away. Even when you give away copies of the program, you make money because we pay you a $10 commission every time someone registers the program.

But most importantly, we’ve kept the program very easy to learn and use by keeping the program simple, and I firmly believe we have avoided the temptation of turning it into something complex.