Chaplin Consulting in Denver, Colorado is a provider custom software for client/server and Internet business solutions.  Services include:  custom software, web site development, Internet application development, data modeling, data conversion, imaging, integrated voice response systems (telephony), contract programming and networking.  CCS develops business solutions using Visual Basic, Access, SQL Server, ODBC databases, C/C++, FoxPro, and TWAIN.  CCS programs solutions for and supports Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows 3.1, Windows for Workgroups, UNIX, and Linux.

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Chaplin Consulting provides a complete suite of Information Technology services. A brief description of some of the services offered is given below. For more information about our services please contact us by phone or e-mail.

Custom Software Development
Web Development
Data Modeling
Data Conversion
Contract Programming

Custom Software Development

Chaplin Consulting provides quality client/server software solutions for businesses. Today's Rapid Application Development Development (RAD) tools make it possible to develop solid client/server applications on a tight schedule and budget. Our services include:

  • Functional analysis of business needs
  • Identification of user requirements
  • Evaluation of off-the-shelf options
  • Fully-documented system design
  • Software construction (coding/programming)
  • System testing

Chaplin Consulting has extensive experience and a solid track record of developing successful custom software for clients in a variety of industries. We can build a custom solution to meet your business needs.

Web Development

Chaplin Consulting can help your company or organization develop and maintain a presence on the World Wide Web. Our web development services include:

  • Web site and web page authoring
  • Internet/Intranet application development
  • Domain name registration
  • Search engine registration with Yahoo, Alta Vista, etc.
  • Internet training

Data Modeling

The data model upon which an information system is based is perhaps the single most significant success factor in a database development project. A flawed data model hamstrings programming efforts and often results in extensive rework during the construction phase of a project when data model problems are discovered.

Chaplin Consulting offers world-class data modeling services for relational database management systems, or DBMS's. Services include the following:

  • Business function analysis
  • Entity-relationship analysis
  • Normalization
  • Performance optimization
  • DBMS selection
  • Data model documentation

Data Conversion

Your data is the most important part of your system. Chaplin Consulting provides data conversion services to ensure that your valuable data is still accessible when upgrading your system or transitioning to a new system. Legacy data may be integrated into an enhanced data model or made accessible via a custom interface.

Paper-based information critical to your business may also be incorporated in the data conversion effort. Optical Character Recognition and custom parsing routines make it possible to import formatted text information into the database for easy search and retrieval.

We have extensive experience building conversion systems to convert data from large legacy DBMS's such as MAPPER, Universe, DB2, and others.

Contract Programming

Supplement your project team with a Chaplin Consulting consultant! Our skilled consultants are available for temporary contract work or outsourcing arrangements. Contact us for more details.


We provides network design, setup, and support services to assist you with your office LAN environment. Services include:

  • Server installation
  • Cabling
  • Peer-to-peer connections
  • Shared peripherals
  • Configuration and administration of Microsoft Windows networks

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