. . . Database development featuring Microsoft Access

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Custom Database Design

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Are you looking for a database design but not quite sure how to get what you need? In many situations, companies, like yours truly need a custom database to fully optimize the functionality of all their important data. We'll help you make the right decision about your database requirements, then we'll develop the database to do the job for you. We focus on new database development and we can also convert your old database to the latest upgrade. Contact us at 512-202-7121 and we'll get started by helping you make the right database decision.

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Microsoft Access For Building Your Database

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We specialize in Microsoft Access database development. . . we started using using Access in 1992 with version 1.1. We have experience in all phases of Access database development including:

  • Tables
  • Queries
  • Forms
  • Reports
  • VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)
  • Importing and Exporting Data
  • Merging Data To MS Word
  • Linked SQL Server Data
  • Data Migration
  • MS Access Version Conversion

We help people convert their old databases - including Access versions 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and older - to fast, robust, user friendly programs using the latest versions of Microsoft Access. Call us at 512-202-7121 to discuss your database project.

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Get The Database You Need

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A few words about getting started. Do you need a database immediately? Is your current database broken? Or do you just need improvements in usability for your data entry and reporting? No matter where you are in the decision making or project development process, we can assist you.

Let's start by gathering information about your current situation; what are your needs, how much data do you need to manage, and how are you currently managing your data? Also, we need to know how your database should be deployed and who will manage the database once up and running. And, we must address the issue of user functionality . . . how many users, their location(s) and their particular needs. In order to assist you in the initial phase of your new database, go to our Getting Started With Your Database page.