That being said a website can have a database, so they can be related. A database is where information can be entered, stored, organized and analyzed. A website merely displays the information or provides a means for the user to input the data. If a database was a house, then a website would be the window. All of your information is inside and you can see it, but there is a clear difference between a house and a window.
When users enter data via a form on a website (external data) the information is transferred to a database hosted on a server. Depending on the size and complexity of the site, software like SQL may be used to create the database to manage the volume of data. A web-based solution not only involves designing the database it also involves designing the web pages and forms to collect the data. This can be quite expensive to develop as the designer has to be well versed in both applications.
Benner Designs specializes in "In-House" data management. This involves organizing clients' internal records, forms, and spreadsheets. The information is not obtained from outside sources like a website. These In-House solutions are considered smaller databases in the grand scheme of things and we use Microsoft Access to create them. Organizing internal data is just as important as managing external data and this is where we believe we can be of service to other companies.
Hopefully that helps explain why a database is different from a website or at least a little more about the services Benner Designs provides.