Short answer: YES!
The trick is getting it on mobile. FileMaker can do it - but it's expensive. Access *might* be able to do it with a web app, but you'd need a Windows Sharepoint server at your disposal.
Sorry to be such a downer, but IMO the technology isn't there yet to make it easy to build a mobile solution using Access.
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