Our bread and butter is Microsoft Access support. We can build something for you from the ground up, or redesign something you already use. We can help you transition from Microsoft Access to another database solution. Need help upgrading from Access 2000 to Access 2016? We can help! Need help connecting your Access database to Microsoft SQL Server or SharePoint? We can help with that, too! Don’t know what to do or even what to ask? We can help – contact us!
Microsoft Access has evolved a great deal since it emerged in the early 1990’s. We have used almost every edition of Microsoft Access and we’re intimately familiar with the features that make it great and the nuances that make it difficult. We’re not just developers and integrators, we are also day-to-day users of Microsoft Access databases. This makes us uniquely qualified to provide you with friendly, intuitive, and client-centered Microsoft Access support.
We are experts in developing your core Access table structure, including analysis of your database requirements, workflow, and data relationships. Our experience includes upgrading Access databases to new versions of the software and addressing any feature updates that may conflict with the design of your particular database. As part of the design process, if you already have a database you need us to fix, expand, upgrade, or redesign, we’ll assess it and, if you ask us, we’ll advise you on any tweaks or redesigns that should be performed or may necessitate a wholesale database redesign. We apply the same level of expertise to writing Access queries; designing forms and reports; writing custom-tailored Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code; resolving broken code library references; and providing other Microsoft Access Support such as repairing and recovering corrupt databases; referencing and interacting with external data sources; and transitioning to other database solutions.
We have the capacity to provide on-site Microsoft Access support around San Luis Obispo County, or we can collaborate remotely using tools like Skype For Business for video conferencing and OneDrive or DropBox for securely sharing database files.