I've been creating, repairing and upgrading Microsoft Access databases as an independent contractor since 2011, when I retired from a local mental health center where I'd been Assistant Director of MIS for eleven years. My favorite part of the job was creating and maintaining database applications to save time for employees and therefore money for the company, so I decided to try to continue that work on a freelance basis, doing most of my work remotely from home. I've used the Analyzer ever since Crystal introduced me to it via LinkedIn, and I'm excited to be involved in this project.
There are many companies looking for developers to maintain or improve Access databases, or to create new ones for them, and this tool makes doing that in a professional manner easier. It is important to us as developers, and therefore also important to the companies for which we work.