Microsoft Access is a Database Management System from Microsoft that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools. It is included in the higher-end Microsoft Office editions and is used to store and import data. Access can also be used to develop application software and build software applications.
Create custom apps fast without being a developer
Beyond desktop databases
With Microsoft Access you can quickly create tailor-made desktop databases and browser based database applications, without developer skills. Your data is automatically saved in a SQL-database, making sure your data is secure. Also you can easily share applications with colleagues.
Create user-defined applications or choose from a collection of professionally designed application templates.
Track information generated with your apps with the numerous table templates Access hast to offer. Simply type „Add table“ into your text field, choose a fitting table and quickly define fields, relationships and rules. This way you will have a new app running in minutes!
Build apps that are easy to use and grow with your business
The „App experience “
To provide unique application experiences you will need an application with an appealing and intuitively designed user-interface. Access provides the required code that creates this professional look and feel.
Related items control
Users can easily view further relevant information within the database without have to switch between screens, so they have the right context when entering information.
Drop downs and recommendations make entering data much easier and less error-prone. Lookups allow you to draw relationships between data sets in different tables.
Share your data and control access to it more easily
Apps for SharePoint deployment
Manage and monitor Access apps through a company SharePoint site in a browser. This allows other Users to work with access data, if they are given the required permissions.
Data stored in SQL
To ensure added reliability, security and scalability, the back-end has been moved to SQL Server and Microsoft Azure SQL-Database. Users can use SQL-syntax and a mission-critical back-end to create Access applications– no matter whether deployed on premise on in the cloud.