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Many Microsoft Access database applications come to us as antiques. Often developed years ago by amateurs they are often painful to look at and more painful to maintain. Corporate IT is trying its best to reduce Access usage or get rid of it altogether. And, the main reason is that when the original "developer" leaves, they're handed a mess and expected to fix it as it's now mission critical. With no documentation in code, poor design antiquated code techniques, it can be a nightmare to work on. I'd compare it to something like house wiring. Let's say an untrained handyman rewired your house. Nothing was done professionally and nothing meets code. But, it works, so you think it's fine. Until you go to sell your house. Now, an inspector comes in and notices the problem. In order to sell your house, you're stuck with a complete, professional rewiring. That's what developer's are up against when we are asked to work on these types of databases.
we're specialists at turning the tables on SQL-Server. We love Access, but somethings need the power of an enterprise grade database management system, and that's where SQL-Server comes in. Since Microsoft makes both SQL-Server and Access, the two can play really well together.
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