Microsoft Access is more than a database. It is a power tool for using and managing data from many sources. Its power comes from its ability to quickly connect to data, manage it and put it together in ways that helps understanding one’s business.
Participants will learn how to quickly and easily build databases that keep their business on track. We will be making a database with menus, interactive forms, and reports to get both understanding and hands on experience applying them. If a participant has a database they would like to build or a problem that might be solved with a database, they can bring it to the workshop along with their laptop.
Key benefits of this workshop include, learning to quickly and easily build databases that keep one’s business on track, discovering relational database concepts and how to link to other databases, acquiring techniques to capture and update data, and taking away databases with menus, interactive forms, and reports.
Paul Jermain is an experienced professional with a diverse background. He served in senior industrial sales and telecommunications marketing roles in companies ranging from VC-backed start-ups to global corporations for over 20 years. And, as a small business consultant and business plan program instructor, he has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs think and through plans launch successful new businesses from the inception of his private consulting practice in 1986.