Given the complexities of doing business today, including the need to work remotely due to the Covid pandemic, is it time to finally migrate your MS Access application to the Web?
Hi, I’m Sean O’Kelly, owner of XAPP Design, Inc., and we have developed around 200 MS Access applications over the past 22 years.
Our focus has been, and always will be, what is in the best interest of our clients. We use a variety of platforms to develop applications for our clients. MS Access is one tool we use, but we also do custom web and mobile applications and have platforms for those.
We are now seeing a movement by our own clients, and by large segments of the MS Access user community, to try and migrate to web based systems. From experience we know this can be a challenging move.
Let’s review a few things happening now that are impacting the industry and causing businesses to make the decision to migrate their MS Access app to the web:
Besides the issues driving conversions to a web based system, the pace of change in the software development industry has brought about new technologies making it much easier to take the leap. Let’s take a look at some of those advancements:
As you can see, there are many issues driving the desire to move from MS Access to more modern web and mobile based systems, and, we now have the tools available to rapidly develop a new system for you. If you are even remotely considering taking the step then please reach out to us today to discuss your situation.