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Many companies run key aspects of their businesses with Microsoft Access databases. TEOG's Bob Goethe began solving corporate problems with MS Access back in 1992, when Access 2.0 was released, and has carried on, version by version, up into Access 2016.

From 1998 to 2008, TEOG coordinated the code-development team* that produced an Access software package that was used in the process of diagnosing breast cancer. This software, called MammoBase, was sold to hospitals and clinics in the United States that performed mammography, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI.

Since 2011, TEOG's database customers have included:


* At its peak, the MammoBase team employed two programmers, plus one person doing nothing but software testing, and another doing nothing but writing documentation. This division of labor, with 50% of the team helping to ensure that the software was both bug-free and easy to use for the customer, helped MammoBase achieve its marketshare. Most of the MammoBase competitors employed 90% of their energy on writing code, 10% on writing the user manual, and 0% on testing for bugs. They let their customers do all their beta testing for them.