Using 'Unbound' Access forms changes the dynamics of how you use and control records via a form. The obvious point is that by default the form loads with no data attached to it which improves the general performance especially if you had quite a busy looking form with many controls. How you create a connection to associate data to your form would normally mean using Access VBA code (with reference to DAO or ADO _ another time!) that allow users to control when to edit, update, delete and save changes to records.
If you're starting a new business, you know the stress can be overwhelming. There is so much to think about, and it seems as though there is never enough time in the day to get everything done. You want your business up and running as soon as possible, and in this economy, no one can afford to just sit around not making money, so efficiency is key.