Prescient Software, JRD Inc. (and its
predecessor company Prescient Software) have been in business
since 1988. Our primary product is Mun-Ease, the
Municipal Bond Manager ™.
Easy & Flexible Transition to SQL Server
We provide a conversion program that allows you to move data
back and forth between the SQL Server and the EDB (ElevateDb)
databases. Thus, the decision of which database to use is not
all that critical. If you decide to switch to a different database
at a later point in time, you install the new version of Mun-Ease
and then run the database conversion utlity. This process takes
only a few minutes.
You can also run the SQL Server version of Mun-Ease concurrently
or independently with the EDB version of Mun-Ease. Because the
EDB version of Mun-Ease requires considerably less resources
than the SQL Server version, you might decide to run the EDB
version on your laptop when you are away from your office.
About the Development of Mun-Ease
(the founder and President of Prescient) is the chief architect
of Mun-Ease. He also coordinated the work of others who have
contributed to Mun-Ease.
Many people have helped develop Mun-Ease over the years.
Jason Van Norman did much of the original programming
on our SQL Server version and our Internet Add-On Module.
He created the functions that allow loan pool issuers to e-mail
invoices to borrowers. Finally, he created
the tax forms used for Build America Bonds. Ted Blue
of Blue Star Learning helped in a consulting capacity with the
Internet module and our SQL Server version. Christina Kober and Cheri Laney Stetson did the
graphic design for our brochures and documentation.
Dinh Nguyen configured our in-house servers
and routers that are used to host part of our web site. David
Liles developed much of the documentation and online
Prescient Software is located on the Pacific coast in Laguna
Niguel (about half way between L.A. and San Diego).