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Membership List Management

Membership list databases are a common request for us.  We received requests from churches, charities and other non-profit organizations and governmental organizations.

Below is a more complex example of a membership database where there are multiple levels of memberships.  This particular database sends numerous communications to other organizations and to the members in the membership list database.

Microsoft Access is a fully capable database and it's primary limitations is the number of concurrent users it will support. Generally, we recommend a limit of 10 to 15 users.

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The membership management database also has a SQL/Server Internet component that is bi-directionally synchronized every couple of minutes.  Member's signup on the Internet website and within a minute or two their new membership records appear in the Access database ready for further processing and annotation.  The ability to use a friendly Access user interface significantly increases the utility and functionality of the database.  The overall cost was greatly reduced since implementation of an Access-like interface would increase the costs by a factor of four.

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