Finite Products Administration with MS Access
As software applications become more and more complicated, it is essential to capture the requirements, model the system design in different phases, and communicate frequently among end users, business analysts and developers. Relational database management systems (RDBMS) are the dominant database technology and play an important role in enterprise software applications. We used MS Access to develop an application which underlines the finite products flux beginning with the execution stage to the sale stage.
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