We're not using that sort of software, but have you considered moving the data to a central server for everyone to access? That may be a decent interim solution if you've got someone to set it up. Our current setup is a SQL server backend that hosts all the data with linked tables in the Access file. Then an ODBC connection on the local machines so that the MS Access frontend can reach the server. You could use MySQL instead of SQL and save some $$ on the license. It would require everyone to be on-premises when accessing the materials, and access via a VPN can be a little slow.
We also use Peters Software Application Starter to ensure that everyone has the latest copy of the frontend with any updated forms or reports. http://www.peterssoftware.com/aps.htm
We're mid-migration to the cloud though, so I can totally understand the desire to find something else.
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