The initial month comes at no cost, followed by a nominal fee for the POL subscription, offering a limited edition featuring essentials only for the subsequent three months. The first 100 subscribers will receive complimentary three-month access to the complete version.
Note: most of the menus are inaccessible (essentials only).
You will get access to our three databases for testing, their details, and connection parameters at the end of the “Quick Guide”.
For special offers for companies, send a request to POL’s Enterprise platform: email@example.com
instead of paying $100,000 for a project, you will pay only $1,000
According to Forbes, Howard Business Review, and Gartner in the USA alone, 3.1 trillion dollars are lost every year due to poor, incorrect, or corrupted data (2021, 2022). Don't be surprised that there is a great chance that your company is included in this review.
According to those leading analyst companies, 88% of Excel spreadsheets have errors. There is a long list of colossal mistakes in billions of dollars due to Excel errors (on average, two a year). Those colossal mistakes were published only about the Fortune 500 companies and governments, which are about 600 organizations, but did not include about 333 million of all other companies which not published.
POL preserves data integrity and code integrity in a secure cloud environment using unprecedented methods.
POL's code is as simple as the spreadsheet’s (Excel) formulas. Unlike a spreadsheet, it is a single formula that processes an unlimited amount of records that don't need to be copied to all records as a spreadsheet.
POL's code can process billions of records, and more, exactly like a spreadsheet (Excel), on top of database query results (SQL) in a virtual table.
Pointers Oriented Language, or in short “POL” is generated automatically by the user’s visual point & click operations.
POL’s innovation was inspired by a bid from the USA “Defense Advanced Research Project Agency” (DRPA).
No company dared to face this bid.
We are the only ones that cracked it.