Gramsoft also provides consulting, purchasing and installation of hardware solutions.

Gramsoft Dataware was established 01-03-1993 by Jakob Gram, and has always been associated with the musician community in Denmark.
First with the development of Artbook, a booking system developed in DSI system, which at that time was the state-of-the-art programming tool for small database systems. It was developed in collaboration with the Danish Music Agency and the Copenhagen Musicians and Orchestra Association.

Artbook was later developed in versions based on other platforms. MS Access which became the winning platform after DSI system.
The industry code at the time was "Research and experimental development in the social sciences and the humanities," but it was software.
First it was DSI system and now it is SQL based solutions mostly with MS-Access as front end.

Software solutions are often based on Microsoft Office Access, which is distinguished by an easily accessible user interface.

In addition, the platform is known for its rapid-deployment solutions. Currently being developed in Access 2003, which can be run (at no extra cost for licenses) with the MS Access Runtime module 2007.

Someone will wonder why a 2003 development environment is still relevant and that is a long story. The short thing is that basically nothing much has been done on development for desktop machines on the programming side.

And then Access 2003 is the latest version where Microsoft doesn't have to settle for using the software. In other words: There is money to save ...

In addition, OpenSource solutions are widely used, as are preferred SQL solutions based on MySQL.