Access/Excel Power User

Creating and maintaining simple databases is important in the IT industry. Microsoft Access and Excel are often used to successfully maintain a database of items, inventory, etc. Microsoft Access allows you to create tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros. Excel can be used to create spreadsheets, which are useful for consolidating information from different sources.
These tools allow for an efficient data entry process that reduces the time spent on manual data processing.

So how can CodeStencil help you?

To understand how you can use CodeStencil, let us take a look at a Use Case:
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Company Inventory Management Database

You have a Microsoft Access inventory management database of your transactions, stocks, employees, and suppliers. This inventory database allows you to easily access inventory-related data and automatically generate reports for purchasing or restocking and even high-level decisions because it contains all your inventory and records details such as Item, Category, Location, Suppliers, Manufacturer, Model, Reorder Level, Target Stock Level, Discontinue. This information is relevant to your inventory management and allow you to determine which stocks are on hand, which stocks to purchase and from where.

Problem/Pain

The size of the company has grown and it is becoming more difficult to maintain the Access application/database. Also, it is not easy to access the system from outside the company.

Proposed Solution/Cost

The application should be scalable and able to meet the growing needs of the organization. The 1st phase which will be a direct conversion of the existing Microsoft Access system will require at least 80 hours of 2 Intermediate or Senior Web developer time.

Implementation

CodeStencil will create a fully working application with a SQL Server backend without writing a single line of code. It will have all the current functionality of the Access database system.
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