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 Why Microsoft  Access is your Best Choice !

Why you should choose Microsoft Access Database !

Microsoft Access provides users with one of the simplest and most flexible RDBMS solutions on the market today. Regular users of Microsoft products will enjoy the familiar Windows 'look and feel' as well as the tight integration with other Microsoft Office family products. If Microsoft Office is your preferred office software suite then it makes sense to seriously consider Microsoft Access as your database of choice.

What are the Benefits ?

Cost Access Database comes packaged with Microsoft Office Professional and so it may already be part of your SOE.
Ease of use As with all Microsoft product, Access Database has that  familiar Windows 'look and feel'
Support Microsoft Access is one of the best-selling desktop databases of all time. As such you can be sure of future support, and with Microsoft's backing it should be around for some time to come.
Future proof Because Microsoft is constantly improving their database you can be sure that your investment is future-proof. Microsoft Access is not a dead end product.
Multi-User Since the beginning, Access was designed to operate on a network.  Microsoft say that the latest version will support 255 concurrent users, however in practice we would recommend a more comfortable limit of 15 to 20 simultaneous users.
Cost of development The popularity of Access with database developers provides you with greater choice of developers and lower development rates consistent with a competitive market place.
Rapid Application Development You can use Microsoft Access for Rapid Application Development thus keeping your costs down. Its object oriented model means you can build attractive, functional and easy to use applications in double-quick time.
Scalable Access has an upgrade path. So, if performance starts to suffer from an ever increasing number of users or records, you can upsize to SQL Server.
Integration     Access has been designed to works well with other products in the Microsoft Office suite. It has been designed with integration in mind.
Legacy data Access can import many data formats so your existing data is not lost.   When properly exploited, and electronic data is available, this feature alone can save 100s of data input hours
Web integration Access (2000 and later version) has close web links so online data access is made easier. With a shift towards e-commerce, Access's web integration could prove very useful, if not now, then sometime in the near future.

What are the Constraints ?


Microsoft claim that the latest version of Access Database (2003)  supports 255 concurrent users. In practice we have found that 15 to 20  simultaneous users is a more comfortable number before performance begins to degrade.

Design and development The ease of use, performance, automation of data input, and quality of reporting relies on the skill and experience of the developer.  A good understanding of relational database design and VBA coding is required to maximise the potential of any project.
MS- Access  is required to run the database Whilst once true this is no longer the case. Since Access version 97 developers have had the ability to the provide the database packaged in a 'Run Time' environment negating the need to have Access Database installed on your computer.

MS Access Database Technical Specification

Click the link if you are interested in the technical specifications of Microsoft Access DatabaseThey may assist you to better understand the benefits and constraints of this product.


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