It's hard to believe, but we did develop a professional Information System for an international contracting company using MS Access as user interface. And it works pretty well, thank you!
Incidentally, we had to acquire some basic knowledge in VBA, Office Integration, MS-SQL, database synchronization, Crystal Reports, ActiveX, etc.
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