MS Access 2010 database – contracts and provisions

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Is this possible - legal dept of about 100 people; need database to track perhaps top 250 customer contracts (basic contract info - names/term/type/ID; then need to track how each contract treats certain provisions (affiliates, assignment, insurance, etc). We have standard provisions and can put mark standard, or how it's different (there will be similarities in the differences). That way we can run reports when questions arise - run report on contracts where customer has termination right for change in control of our company. We have shared server where we can house database. How many can access database at one time? Anything else I need to worry about?



Software/Hardware used:
Access 2010

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