Technology

Microsoft Access to ASP.NET Migration Services

Helping your Access Application Evolve to the Next Level

Microsoft Access 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and 97Many Microsoft Access applications evolve over time to become mission critical solutions. At some point, you may find the need to migrate your Access desktop application to the web. This is driven by several requirements:

  • Availability to customers and employees who are geographically dispersed
  • Simplifying application distribution
  • Scalability beyond a small group of users
  • Ease of deployment and eliminating the need for purchasing desktop software
  • Automated integration with other systems

Our Experience Developing ASP.NET Web Applications and Websites

We have helped a number of customers convert their Access applications to ASP.NET and SQL Server platforms. In some cases, its a complete migration while in others, a hybrid solution is best. We have worked with Microsoft Access since its inception and were among the first to work with the .NET framework as well. There simply isn't a more qualified firm that understands both platforms and the strengths and weaknesses of both.

See our success stories to read more about how we can help you.

Why Choose FMS?

Founded in 1986, FMS is a privately held, small business. Our clients include businesses of all sizes, non-profits, and local and federal government agencies. Our developers serve many local clients in the Mid-Atlantic, Washington DC metropolitan area. We also have clients across the country from New York to California, and Florida to Alaska, in addition to our international clients. Many of our custom solutions are deployed around the world with language localization support.

Risk Free Assessment

With our experience, extensive code library, and tested processes, FMS offers great solutions at very competitive prices. Email or call us at 703-356-4700 to learn more about our consulting services and how our staff of full-time professionals can help you. FMS is located in Tysons Corner in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC.