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applepanic



Joined: 21 Mar 2006
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Location: Preston, UK

PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:10 am    Post subject: ReportBuilder Reply with quote

We are a new software house in the UK and have available on our website a pre-release beta version of our Primary School Reports application - ReportBuilder. ReportBuilder has many advanced features that are not on any other school report application.

Beta testers so far have been amazed at what it can do!

If any of the members of the forum would like to try it out, we are open to any changes/comments/suggestions you may have.

We hope to have statement banks available soon for ESL/EFL. If anyone has any organised statements lists/banks that they wish to be entered, if you could forward them to me I will try my best to get them in before final release. Any data is welcome.

You can find ReportBuilder at www.ApplePanic.com .

-Anthony
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