FileAmigo LE is an interesting solution for creating all kinds of databases without having prior knowledge in the use of specialized tools such as MS Access or languages like MySQL. With FileAmigo, you can create a database simply by selecting one of the templates available and assigning it a name. You do not need to schedule lines of code, define variables, or even know the functions of the program.
Once your database created, FileAmigo LE lets you add as many records as necessary, sort by various fields, launch searches, link to elements through hyperlinks. You can also create new templates and modify existing print listings. You can also keep the whole team up to date with file sharing, using FileAmigo Pro and FileAmigo Web so that your colleagues can help to keep information up to date and everyone can access the current data.
For those petrified by MySQL and other databases, this is an easy and effective solution.
Requires no coding knowledge
Easy to administer and use
Requires upgrade for team functions
Sharing options limited
Get organized today with FileAmigo LE. It's free software. The FileAmigo suite is the easiest-to-use data management software for all of your information.
Share information with other people. Upgrade to FileAmigo Pro and get everyone on the same page via file sharing. Protect your data with advanced security features.
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