synchronize a Salesforce db with an Access db

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I have been tasked to synchronize a Salesforce database with an Access database. Has anyone had any experience doing this?

tia Jack
 

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Are you talking about a one time reconciliation or some ongoing process?
 
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An ongoing process. The venue is a Redwood Library in Newport RI. One of 18 membership libraries in the US. Pro-bono I redid their membership db in Access 2003. The desire now is to use Salesforce for fund raising, but to keep the two dbs in synch.

Jack
 
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