What is Microsoft Access?
Microsoft Access is a powerful and affordable database platform that provides user-friendly data entry forms, data analysis (as complex as you would like), customizable reporting, and integration with other Microsoft products. You have probably seen it offered in your Microsoft Office or Microsoft 365 suite, but you may not know how it is actually being used. Read further for Part 7 of a series of real-world examples of how businesses use Microsoft Access.
Real Microsoft Access Database Projects
Here are a few of the Microsoft Access projects that Extra Mile Data has been directly involved in:
Tracking nursing notes at a pediatric nursing organization.
Material list tracking for electrical substation projects, for an engineering company.
Complete customer, parts, and task management program for an automotive body shop.
Order tracking for a manufacturer of dog crate furniture.
Quality score and customer satisfaction score tracking and reporting for a janitorial and sanitation solutions company.
Employee tracking, timesheet, and billing database for a healthcare staffing company.
Basic warehousing database for a company that designs and manufactures hydraulic components, controls and brake systems.
Trade show management, mailing list generation, and reporting for an event planning company.
Tracking customers, suppliers, inventory, and shipments, with reporting and charts, for a logistics and warehousing company.
Parts tracking and pricing database for an industrial refrigeration parts supplier.
Cataloging artifacts from archaeological sites, for a university.
Furniture inventory and placement tracking for a home staging company.
Tracking orders for a manufacturer of glass fiber media.
Customer, proposal, order, vendor, and product tracking for a lumber manufacturer.