dbForge Studio for SQL Server Earns Crozdesk Happiest Users Award

December 9th, 2021

Hardly had the winter started when dbForge Studio for SQL Server received yet another award. According to Crozdesk users, the IDE has everything you might need to set up your SQL development environment, manage and develop SQL Server databases.

About dbForge Studio for SQL Server

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is a powerful GUI tool that will make SQL Server administration, development, and management routine easier and a lot more pleasant. The tool can be used by SQL developers and database administrators to perform complex database tasks and speed up almost any database experience. Designing databases, writing SQL code, comparing databases, synchronizing schemas and data, generating meaningful test data – all this is brought together in one IDE for your convenience.

Crozdesk Happiest Users Award

Crozdesk is a web service that connects buyers and sellers of business software and offers an algorithm to rate different platforms. dbForge Studio currently scores 90/100 in the Backend/Database category. This is based on user satisfaction (91/100), press buzz (50/100), recent user trends, and other relevant information on the product gathered from around the web.

dbForge Studio Accomplishments

As you might remember, this is not the first (and we hope, not the last) Devart’s Crozdesk award. Earlier this year dbForge Studio for SQL Server earned other two valuable badges: Quality Choice and Trusted Vendor. You will find more information regarding this achievement in this blog post.

Users’ Feedback

We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to our users. Devart wouldn’t be where we are now without your constructive criticism and detailed feedback. If have something to say about our products, you can easily write and publish a review on similar platforms such as:

In case you have not tried dbForge Studio for SQL Server yet, you are welcome to test a fully-functional 30-day trial version. Devart also offers IDEs for MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL.

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