By linking data, and thus adding relationships between several data components, you’re adding value to that same data !
In Booker Tools, all items are or can be related to each other.
A complex example on how to add relationships to data in Booker Tools :
person A is :
- booker for festival B
- writer for magazine C
- employee of company D
If we assume that all data (contact A, festival B, press C and company D) has been added to Booker Tools and “booker”, “writer” and “employee” are part of the team lists, data can be linked by :
- adding contact A to the “related contacts” of festival B with type “booker”
- adding contact A to the “related contacts” of press C with type “writer”
- adding contact A to the “related contacts” of company D with type “employee”
If company D would be providing services (e.g. food truck) for festival B, this data relationship can also be added to Booker Tools :
- adding company D to the “related companies” of festival B with type “food truck”