Sesame is a powerful, flexible and network-savvy database manager designed to satisfy the requirements of a wide range of uses and users.
Whether you're a small business do-it-yourselfer, a corporate administrator, the head of an organization, a professional application developer, or the person whose job is to keep track of stuff, Sesame has the features you need to easily, rapidly create database applications and present your information.
Will Sesame work on my computer?
Sesame runs on Windows (2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8) and Linux.
If you are considering a different operating system, Sesame is perfect for you. It runs almost identically on any supported OS. Both the Windows and Linux versions are supplied with the standard Sesame package, so you don't have to choose before ordering.
How much does it cost?
Can I try it before ordering?
The Personal version of Sesame is free
to download in our store
Could I make a database with Sesame?
You don't need to be a programmer or consultant to use Sesame. Sesame's simple, yet powerful, tools make it easy for anyone to make a database.
Plus, our first-class manuals, complete with tutorials, will walk you through your first database, step-by-step. You can be up and running with your own database in a matter of minutes.Learn More
Can more than one person use a Sesame database at the same time?
Absolutely! Sesame is truly client-server (meaning it knows how to share databases) and setting it up is really easy
What if I need help?
If you need help getting started (or getting finished) there are plenty of options
. Fee-based Sesame Technical Support is available online, by email or by telephone.
There is a Support Forum where you can post questions and get answers. In addition, there are online resources (such as our Knowledge Base), a consultants listing, and FAQ, and more.
Can I use my Q&A databases?
Sesame has an excellent Q&A database translator, and the documentation includes a step-by-step Q&A Translation Guide.
In addition, once you make the switch, you will find that Sesame uses the same Retrieve (search) language as Q&A. You can also use most of the same programming language (plus more!). Sesame even uses many of the same keystrokes as Q&A: F10 to Save, F7 to Search, F3 to Delete, etc.