I currently have a project to create a database for storing the details of past projects we have done for customers. However, the data set is relatively small (less than 500) and the data is mostly there to be referenced, not to run any significant calculations.
The company already utilizes SharePoint a lot, so I was wondering if it was really necessary to create a true database. It would be much simpler on the interface side to use a
SharePoint List, which could be exported to an
Excel file if any manipulation needs to be done.
Does this sound like something a SharePoint list can effectively do? Or would it be a much safer route to just set up a database?