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Bespoke Software Development - Microsoft Access
Members of the StyleTech team have been using Microsoft Access for bespoke software developments since version 2 in 1994.
Microsoft Access is a database management system that combines a relational database with a graphical user interface and software development capabilities. Microsoft Access can either store data internally or link to data stored within external applications such as SQL Server and Excel.
StyleTech have converted many Microsoft Access databases that become too large for Access into business systems that are built upon a more scalable database management system such Microsoft SQL Server. Access systems usually need upgrading when the database size becomes too large, the number of active users increase or the VBA program code becomes un-maintainable.
StyleTech make it a key priority to ensure the bespoke software development team is kept up to date with all the Microsoft Access enhancements that each new release brings.
How we do it
we listen to your
we talk english,
no confusing jargon
in business for over 18 years
StyleTech has been delivering an award-winning service since 1999.
Yorkshire based team
We are based in Yorkshire and proud to complete all projects in-house (we never outsource).
Over 500 bespoke projects completed
We have obtained a vast range of industry and business knowledge within the team.
We talk English
We talk in your language, no technical jargon (unless you want it).
StyleTech want to ensure that you have no surprises at the end of your project. Your software should operate exactly how you envisage it...
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