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Tips for MS Access developers on developing a Commercial MS Access application

We provide custom software development and many times we get phone calls from new Clients regarding their MS Access application. In many cases the Clients still have feelings towards their old application, and simply want us improve it or fix some other ms access developer’s bugs. The application could have been developed more than 20 years ago and the developer nowhere to be found. Convert MS Access to a web application could be another solution. In this case you can use the old application for some of business rules.

Convert Access to Web and Gain Access to Your Database from Anywhere

MS Access certainly has its place in the database world. However, there comes a time when you will have to convert Access to web if you want to expand your business. Why is this the case? How can the MS SQL consulting services offered by the Farber Consulting Group help? Here is what you need to know about our custom software developers and the benefits you can derive from making the change.

Does your Custom Software make you smarter?

Does your Custom Software make you smarter? Well, maybe not better looking, but definitely more successful and more accomplished. Doesn’t it? Can custom software development really accomplish such lofty goals? You bet it can. You see, as humans we are a bucket of contradictions. On one hand we’re very smart. We figured out how to build skyscrapers, how to travel to space and back and more.

3 Strong Reasons You Need a Software Application Rewrite

One key point is embracing the fact that the product you are selling your clients is not the travel tours. There are certainly other businesses that sell travel tours for students or otherwise. But what makes your clients come to you and not a competitor is the technological aspect of the business. Having a good online presence is important. User satisfaction is the main thing that separates a successful product from a non-successful one.