At Xlteq we design and build customised, scalable and low-cost solutions using Microsoft Access, which are designed to grow, flex and evolve as your data grows.
Many databases start out as a list in a word-processing program or Excel spreadsheet but as the list grows bigger, inconsistencies and errors appear, the data becomes harder to derive any meaning from and there are limited ways to search for and review subsets of data.
Microsoft Access is a versatile tool for working with sets of data, whether that is a sales order processing system, a CRM tool, or a project tracking and reporting system. Unlike many other data solutions, it is capable of change as and when required by your business. Access, when used in conjunction with Excel, can become a powerful management reporting tool to enhance your business decision making.
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SQL is a relational database management system. It is a Microsoft software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications. It can run either on the same computer or on another computer across a network. It is almost limitless in functionality and can handle multiply users in the thousands. Storage capabilities in the terabytes and remaining vigorous and robust from fault.
Many of our clients benefit from using Microsoft Azure to host the back-end of the Access Database. The front-end sits in a local environment either on a laptop or PC and links, via the internet, to the data tables held on the Azure SQL database in the cloud. The key benefits from hosting your Access Database on Azure are outlined below.
Our Access Database consultants create databases that are fully customisable to your business needs, meaning that repetitive import routines or monthly reporting cycles are handled in a consistent manner.
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When designing a database there are fundamental elements to follow for a successful model. Firstly qualify the database rational including defining and imposing relationships within the data structures. Using the appropriate data sets and including indexes when building the structure and standaizie the naming convention all contribute to a fruitful build.
We offer a range of different options depending on your situation.
CDW is a multi-national provider of technology products and services for businesses, governments and educational establishments. They approached Xlteq to improve and unify their project tracking and reporting.
University of Manchester’s Estates and Facilities Department commision a Task and Resource Scheduling Access Database. Designed to hold all task and resourcing information in order to replace the spreadsheets and keep a running record of all tasks.