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Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

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  • Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

    The company I work with purchased a estimating program using the run time version of MS Access. His name is Dermot Fitzpatrick and the program is QuickEstimator. Dermot seems to have fallen off the face of the earth.

    Trying to find someone who knows how to contact him, as all our contact info is not working now. Or, find someone who knows how the activation code works.

    Dermot also used Sagekey to run the program: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Sagekey Software\StartAccess3_2007.exe"-CMD="Software\Fitz Solutions Inc.\Quick Estimator" -value="CmdLine22".

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    Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

    Looks like his last post was in 2008. His website of the time seems to be gone or moved.
    Peter
    AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

    Peter@AlphaBaseSolutions.com
    https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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      Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

      thank you, I know, all the emails we had for him don't work too. I looks like he vanished off the face of the earth or went into the witness protection program or something.

      Chris

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        Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

        You may need to recreate the application. There are services out there for that purpose. We do MS Access development if you are interested in a conversation about it.

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          Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

          Yeah, that's what we thought. I have contacted a couple people locally to us about recreating the app.

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            Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

            Originally posted by Chris-T View Post
            The company I work with purchased a estimating program using the run time version of MS Access. His name is Dermot Fitzpatrick and the program is QuickEstimator. Dermot seems to have fallen off the face of the earth.

            Trying to find someone who knows how to contact him, as all our contact info is not working now. Or, find someone who knows how the activation code works.

            Dermot also used Sagekey to run the program: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Sagekey Software\StartAccess3_2007.exe"-CMD="Software\Fitz Solutions Inc.\Quick Estimator" -value="CmdLine22".
            Lots of talented MS Access freelancers on Upwork.com

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              Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

              I have estimating app web based and free if you host it.
              Contact me if you are interested,
              Ted Giles
              Example Consulting - UK
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              See our site for Alpha Support, Conversion and Upgrade.

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                Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

                Originally posted by Ted Giles View Post
                I have estimating app web based and free if you host it.
                Contact me if you are interested,
                Thanks for the reply, I will keep this in mind.
                Chris

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                  Re: Looking for Dermot Fitzpatrick or MS Access DB person

                  Hi Chris,

                  I have quite a bit of experience with the SageKey products that Dermot used and may be able to help you. I had sent you a private email so please let me know if you did not receive it.

                  Thanks,
                  Jay

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