In the 1990s, Microsoft Access was commonly used to create database-based applications. But today, for enterprises as well as for software vendors, Access is no longer considered the best choice for this purpose. Access solutions are not in compliance with modern architectural paradigms and are not usable with web and browser technologies - they are generally not perceived as being future-proof or professional.
As a result, many companies are aiming for an entire migration of the frontend to HTML5 and the database backend to SQL Server. While you can use the SQL Server Migration Assistant for easily getting rid of the backend, you need other tools for a frontend migration, especially if your target is HTML5. With Access migration from fecher, this is now easily possible: using a proven tool-based process, fecher creates a functionally identical application that is based on the future-proof .NET framework with C# application logic, and which is flexibly usable on all devices as it is a true browser-based app.
Since this year fecher offers the Access migration as a stand-alone service. For more information, please visit: