Benefits of Microsoft Access

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User Benefits
User Friendly
Access is user friendly and features the familiar Windows ‘look and feel’ which is appealing to most users. Concurrent Users
Access was initially designed to operate on a network. Even though the latest version of Access will support up to 255 concurrent users, it is more practical to select Access when there will be approximately 15 to 20 users. Unique Identifier

Each piece of information is assigned a unique identifier. This is extremely important since it controls that each piece of information is only entered once and eliminates human and duplication errors. Custom Design

Customized forms can be created that will make it easy for you to enter your information. Selection Criteria
Information can be easily retrieved based on selection criteria that you specify. Reporting
You can quickly create custom reports to that contain useful data that can help streamline your business processes.

Development Benefits
Support
Since Microsoft Access ranks as one of the best-selling desktop databases, you can be sure that support will be available far into the future. There are more support and development consultants experienced in Access than any other desktop database system. RAD

Microsoft Access is the best tool available for Rapid Application Development. One of the features of Access is its object oriented model which provides for the development of eye appealing, highly functional and easy to use applications in a minimal amount of time. Software Integration

Since Access is a Microsoft product, it has been designed to integrate well with other products in the Microsoft Office Suite. Access is such a widely used database system that other software manufacturers are more likely to provide the ability to interface directly to Access than any other desktop database system. ODBC Compliant

Access has the ability to use data stored in Access/Jet, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and other ODBC compliant data containers including MySQL...
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