MS Access is the original low-code / no-code tool.

by Dec 21, 2023

MS Access is the original low-code / no-code tool.

There I said it.

It’s not the flashiest, nor the newest. It doesn’t leverage AI or BI, and yes, it doesn’t have a fancy cloud-based system.

Yet it’s a tool that, for decades, empowered professionals across industries to automate their work, build databases, and streamline operations without writing a single line of code.

Before there were fancy buzzwords like ‘low-code’ or ‘no-code’, there was MS Access—a testament to the notion that revolution doesn’t always come in cutting-edge packages.

Sometimes, it’s the simple, dependable tools that can yield the greatest change. A toast to MS Access, the unsung hero of business software.

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