Excel and Access are great tools when used for the right purpose, but they have limitations. A lot of the work we do involves replacing troublesome systems built on Excel or Access by custom web applications with robust databases.
A common situation is that a new recruit joins the department and creates a handy calculation spreadsheet. Everyone starts using it and suggesting new features. Some features get "bolted on" and people find workarounds to extend the functionality, but no-one has time to document them properly.
A few months later the new recruit leaves the department, and the spreadsheet slowly evolves into a multi-workbook macro-enabled monster that frequently crashes. Nobody fully understands it, and it takes over the job of the unfortunate person who knows more about it than everyone else.
If so, you should consider a custom web application.
We can help you escape from "Excel Hell" with a custom web application featuring: