Membership list databases are a common request for us. We received requests from churches, charities and other non-profit
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.
We also have 100's of programming examples from simple to complex. You can jump to our Access tutorials here.
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.