Microsoft Access is a database management system that combines a relational database engine and a graphical user interface. Microsoft Access has its own database format and can also be linked to other databases (SQL Server, Oracle, etc).
Microsoft Access is part of the Microsoft Office suite. It can be used for various sized jobs, from creating a simple local user database to creating a high-end data entry and retrieval forms, reports and queries. It is one of the best RAD (Rapid Application Development) tools for creating database related applications.
CompuWork uses MS Access to build custom database applications. We often use it to create both the back-end database and the (front-end) user interface. Alternatively, we have used Access just for creating a user interface, with SQL Server as the back-end database. MS Access has proven itself as the fastest tool for developing a user interface and reports.
When you choose CompuWork to build your custom database solution using MS Access you are dealing with professionals who have decades of hands-on MS Access experience. We started with the first version of MS Access back in early 1990s and have used every version right up to the latest release.
CompuWork has developed solutions for many sectors of the economy: Healthcare, Law & Justice, Financial Services, Public Utilities, federal and local Government, Transportation, and many more. Large projects and small jobs, from multi-national corporations with hundreds of users to small privately held businesses with only a couple of users, all have been served by CompuWork.