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To conclude, I couldn't find any other product on the market that came close to offering the amount of options this does, and I do hope that more products like this come out in the future, with the hope of eventually eradicating the need to program all together".


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About SQL Maestro Group

SQL Maestro Group is a privately-held company producing high-quality software for database administrators and developers. The united team of eminently qualified developers is pleased to create new software products for commercial, academic and government customers worldwide. We do our best to design and develop products that remove complexity, improve productivity, compress time frames, and increase database performance and availability. We are glad to realize that our products take usual chores upon themselves, so that our customers could have more time left for their creative work.


The company was founded in 2002 as an essential partner for every business that is trying to harness the explosive growth in corporate data. SQL Maestro Group employs an international team concentrating their efforts on cutting-edge DBA tools development.


The slogan of our company is The Shortest Path to SQL. It is aimed to denote that we set to create easy-to-use products meant for those who appreciate comfort, friendly program interface and support when working with SQL servers.


We are pleased to facilitate your job.


We aim at being of considerable assistance to our clients.


We feel contented doing our beloved work.


At present, our company offers a series of Windows GUI admin tools for SQL management, control and development of the following servers: MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Anywhere, DB2, SQLite, Firebird, and MaxDB. We also produce universal tools to be used for administering any database engine accessible via ODBC driver or OLE DB provider. Such products may be the clear-cut decision for those who constantly work with several database servers.


SQL Maestro is the premier Windows GUI admin tool for database development, management, and control.


It provides you with the ability to perform all the necessary database operations such as creating, editing, copying, extracting and dropping database objects; moreover, you can build queries visually, execute queries and SQL scripts, view and edit data including BLOBs, represent data as diagrams, export and import data to/from most popular file formats, manage users and their privileges (if possible), and use a lot of other tools designed for making your work with your server comfortable and efficient.

SQL PHP Generator is a powerful tool for creating database-driven web applications visually. It allows you to generate high-quality PHP scripts for working with tables, views and queries through the web. You needn't have any programming background to use it.

SQL Data Wizard is a high-capacity Windows GUI utility for managing your data.


It provides you with a number of easy-to-use wizards for performing the required data manipulation easily and quickly. The tool allows you to export data from MySQL tables and queries to most popular formats, import data into the tables, generate SQL dump of selected tables, and export/import BLOB fields from/to files.

SQL Code Factory is a premier GUI tool aimed at the SQL queries and scripts development.


It allows you to manage SQL queries and scripts using such useful features as code folding, code completion and syntax highlighting, build query visually, execute several queries at a time, execute scripts from files, view and edit result data with filtering, sorting and grouping abilities, export data to as many as 14 file formats including Excel, RTF and HTML, import data from Excel, CSV, XML and text files, view and edit BLOBs in various way, build diagrams based on Oracle data, and much more.

Database Converter is a user friendly tool to migrate any local or remote ADO-compatible database to MySQL.


Such tools transfer database schema and data and are equipped with native support for the most popular database servers.

Data Sync is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for database contents comparison and synchronization.


Such tools can be useful for database administrators, developers and testers that need a quick, easy and reliable way to compare and synchronize their data.


The software products are constantly optimized for the latest server versions support.


You can use the following contact information if necessary:


Our web-site

Postal address:

SQL Maestro Group

140 Broadway, Suite 706

New York City, New York 10005

United States



Thank you for your interest to our company!

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