Compare SQLite vs Microsoft Access

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comparison of SQLite vs. Microsoft Access
based on data from user reviews. SQLite rates 4.3/5 stars with 136 reviews. Microsoft Access rates 3.9/5 stars with 455 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Meets RequirementsSee More
Meets RequirementsSee More
8.7
(Based on 121 reviews)
8.4
(Based on 417 reviews)
Ease of UseSee More
Ease of UseSee More
9.1
(Based on 121 reviews)
7.7
(Based on 418 reviews)
Ease of SetupSee More
Ease of SetupSee More
9.3
(Based on 55 reviews)
8.0
(Based on 129 reviews)
Ease of AdminSee More
Ease of AdminSee More
8.9
(Based on 55 reviews)
8.1
(Based on 129 reviews)
Quality of SupportSee More
Quality of SupportSee More
8.1
(Based on 85 reviews)
7.9
(Based on 316 reviews)
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
8.4
(Based on 41 reviews)
7.9
(Based on 100 reviews)
Product Direction (% positive)See More
Product Direction (% positive)See More
8.0
(Based on 120 reviews)
6.4
(Based on 420 reviews)
Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
38.5%
32.5%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
25.2%
28.5%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
36.3%
39.0%
 
Information Technology and Services
29.7%
Higher Education
7.2%
 
Computer Software
17.7%
Hospital & Health Care
6.0%
 
Higher Education
7.3%
Financial Services
5.2%
 
Research
4.2%
Computer Software
4.6%
 
Financial Services
4.2%
Education Management
4.2%
 
Other
37.0%
Other
72.7%
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Fedor P.
User in Computer Software

There is a lot of obvious research that was put into making the language, which makes it a very good choice to use in small scale projects that don't require the corporate/advanced features that regular SQL has to offer. This software is also available for...

Michael S.
User in Insurance

Of the many businesses I have worked for all have one thing in common. They track data in a spreadsheet. Access takes Data analysis to a new level. Many people don't know that if built correctly your database can cross reference between many fields of data...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
G2 Crowd User in Financial Services

Well, it is not suitable for production systems. It should instead remain confined to development tasks only.

Tapan J.
User in Marketing and Advertising

It's a very simple form of database supporting small/medium size of data. It slows down exceptionally when queries are run on large datasets.

 
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