Entrepreneur. Data Analyst. Strategist. Passionate about innovation, financial inclusion, and using technology to solve big business problems.
My work as a data analyst has helped me develop a thorough analytical mindset and an understanding of data structuring. I am very proficient in creating dashboards using Tableau or Excel to generate dynamic reports to inform key business decisions.
Assuming no other information about what you need to do with your database, I would go with a non-subscription based version of Microsoft Access (you might already have it installed if you downloaded Microsoft Office recently). You can then link MS Access to Excel if you need to do analysis.
If your budget is too tight for that, I would suggest simply using the table functionality (though limited) of Excel to store data in the interim since you have 1,048,576 rows to work with. Of course, it depends heavily on how your data is created, how you mine it from its source, how you want it stored, how accessible it needs to be to other specific programs for analysis, how large the data set is, etc. There are more robust software packages, but they might not be very budget friendly for a small business.
Would be happy to chat about exactly what you are trying to do and provide additional insights.