SEVEN FMS PRODUCTS WIN THIRTEEN
READERS CHOICE AWARDS
FMS Products Sweep Their Microsoft Access Categories
VIENNA, VA - March 6, 1998 - At the Microsoft Access/VB/Office conference
in San Francisco in February, Advisor Publications announced that seven FMS
products won thirteen awards in the 1998 Access/VB/Office Advisor
Readers Choice balloting. Microsoft Access is the world’s leading Windows
based database program, and Access/VB/Office Advisor is the premier
magazine for Microsoft Access developers. The awards will be announced in
the April issue of Access/VB/Office Advisor.
Not only did FMS win the most awards of any company (no other company won
more than two awards), it won the most important categories. Combined with
past awards, FMS has clearly established itself as the leading 3rd
party product developer for Microsoft Access.
In the most important "Best Access Add-in" category, FMS swept all three
Total Access Analyzer won Gold
for the fourth year in a row, and two other products,
Total Access SourceBook and
Total Access CodeTools tied for Silver.
Total Access Analyzer also won two Gold awards for Best Documentation
Program and Best Debugging Tool. Total Access SourceBook
also won two Gold awards for Best Source Code Library and Best Office
Several other products also won major awards.
Total Access Components won two Gold awards for Best ActiveX Control and
Best Interface Design Tool.
Access Detective received Silver for the Best Debugging Tool (second
year in a row). Total Access
Statistics won Gold for the Best Business Product (second year in a
row). And finally, Total Access Agent
won Silver for Best Visual Basic Add-In, and Team Access won Gold for Best
Version Control Tool.
"We are pleased to see FMS’ success, and we congratulate them on their
thirteen awards," said Neil Charney, lead product manager for Microsoft
Office, Developer Edition, at Microsoft Corporation. "FMS was among the
earliest supporters of Microsoft Access and they continue to deliver high
quality add-ins to Access developers and end users."
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