Hard to learn: You can say that Microsoft Access is the Suite’s most advanced and complicated software.
With that in mind, the learning curve for Access is quite high. In fact, a few programming skills will prove quite helpful.
Experience is a must: You can quickly make a database. But to fashion it in an orderly manner and make it future-proof, you need experience.
Lots of planning should happen behind the scenes. Both skills, training, and experience are vital to figuring out how to best define normalized tables, link them, and structure the data so they’re easy to edit, query, view, and report.
Poor data visualization: Access is a no-go when it comes to visualizing data.