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MS Access Performance
MS Access performance, reliability (continual corruption and repair), and data integrity issues can be caused by a number of factors. Most often we find that MS Access slow performance is due to poor application design, or pushing MS Access beyond its scalability limitations. The problem increases with the complexity of the application, quality of the database schema design, types of data, number of users, and the size of the database.
Practical Computer Applications (PCA) can identify and remedy root-cause issues behind MS Access performance and reliability problems. We can provide proven MS Access performance optimization and tuning techniques that are proven to work. In many cases, PCA can resolve MS Access slowdowns, deal with MS Access slow performance issues and optimize MS Access with minimal effort and cost.
PCA has optimized hundreds of MS Access Applications over the years. We know what MS Access performance issues to look for and how to apply the most reliable, cost-effective MS Access performance optimization techniques. If you are simply pushing MS Access beyond its capabilities, we may recommend migrating to more scalable database such as MS SQL Server, especially for mission critical applications.
Read more about Optimizing Access Performance.
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