We do things at my place of work almost exclusively on paper. We carry around field laptops but everything is done on paper - its a completely rooted set-up. It would make things so much more efficient, easier, convenient and most importantly (for the company, and our client/s) reduce cost if we moved all this bullshit paperwork into/onto a database system. I'm hoping to find someone small (individual or business, this would be great for a Uni Student on summer break too I'd imagine) that I can chat with and discuss in more detail the nature of our business and the kinds of things and ideas we could implement to make this thing chooch! A brief description of what we do... We oversee the maintenance and installation of a large hydrographic network. This network collects stream/river level, water quality and rainfall data. Maintenance is carried out on these sites on a rotating monthly/bi-monthly roster. we have several teams that do this work. Field observations are manually recorded and referenced to instrumentation readings. This database can/would allow us to run a report before we go to a group of sites, the report would have a list of materials and equipment that we need to bring - this would be to repair or improve something that we noted last visit. It could allow us to track the history of instrumentation as it gets moved around over the years... for example, a particular piece of kit might be found to be out of calibration. It would be good to know where it was used prior to the current location in case the data it captured there needs editing. Let me know if you're keen!