Help4Access specializes in helping companies migrate off of Microsoft Access. Established in 1998, we have helped hundreds of companies with their MS Access migration issues. The quick video below explains in more detail. Your browser does not support the video tag.
If you need a software system to handle an activity or process in your business, congratulations. This means two things; first, you have identified a valuable business process and decided to ‘elevate’ it. Second, you have come to the realization that spreadsheet models or a legacy application are not adequate to handle the task. Third,… Read more »
Many agencies must meet with state-specific reporting and compliance mandates, making it less likely that a packaged application exists to fulfill their requirements. A well-designed custom solution can satisfy the mandates and add the benefits of modern corporate performance management.
An outdated technology no longer supported by its software vendor. The outside development firm had gone out of business. To update the technology platform, recoding it to the latest version of Microsoft Access, and upgrade the application’s capabilities. Help4Access provided a fixed price.
When complex reports for the Family Education Resource Center demanded more from a legacy database application than its original design could handle, Help4Access carried out a “rescue and replace” project.
Transition from single- to multi-user with anywhere, anytime access for its employees requires optimization tuning of the application for the Cloud. Target Media Solutions provides focused, niche marketing services to clients in the expectant and new mother marketplace, as well as various life stage markets. The firm already had an internally-built system that effectively managed… Read more »
Microsoft Access is a powerful database platform, but for the best results and easy access to reports and data, the programmer needs to follow best practices and standards—with which most managers are not familiar. The result: applications that cost less to replace than to support and update.
A law firm had outgrown its ACT Contact Management database, and constructed its own Microsoft Access application. Unfortunately, non-standard techniques were used to design and build the Access application and it was not performing correctly.
Rapid growth resulting from mergers and acquisitions left DuPont’s Industrial Biosciences division, a leader in biosciences and pharmaceuticals, with a challenging data management environment. DuPont opted for a “right-size” solution in the form of a custom database application.
To provide a high level of service and support for current and potential customers in China, the Hamilton Company of Switzerland needed a way to capture, track, and report on its business development opportunities in that market.