HoleBASE Reporter – A Real Recession Buster

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In these days of needing to maximise performance to make sure you get your share of the work that’s out there, few software solutions will get you the quick return on your investment you need to see you through this short but serious downturn. But if you have HoleBASE in your armoury already, the HoleBASE Reporter does exactly that!
For a ludicrously small extra cost on your Licence Fee you can give all of your engineering staff instant access to all that valuable data, and with the press of a couple of buttons they can be producing a whole range of different outputs for analysis, project management, and final reporting. And what’s more, they will work in an environment in which they already familiar: Microsoft Excel, so no learning overhead.
As well as a complete set of powerful query functions, Reporter comes with an impressive range of templates, from in situ test result graphs, sample and geology reports, to Atterberg Plasticity charts and Laboratory Test Schedules. It even has templates for Contaminant Screening Analysis and PSD Grading.
The everyday casual user of HoleBASE Reporter just needs to know three buttons: Choose your Project, Choose your Report Template, and Run the Report. For the power user Reporter has a fantastic range of query and filter functions to set up your own intelligent report templates and leverage your use of Excel®. If you already have Excel report templates then these can be easily connected to Reporter. And if you really want to get stuck in and do the geeky stuff, HoleBASE Reporter also supports custom Excel Macros that can run with your report.
HoleBASE itself does not need to be on the machine where Reporter runs –  Reporter connects Excel directly to the HoleBASE database on your network. And there is no restriction on how many concurrent users connected to HoleBASE in this way – your site licence takes care of that.
The standard site licence for HoleBASE Reporter costs just £260, but if other office locations within your organisation already have Reporter then you will benefit from the usual multi-user discounts: £210 for a second, and £130 for a third licence. Remember you only need one licence for the whole site.
If you think you already have a HoleBASE Reporter licence that email us at support@keynetix.com and they will advise you on how to licence all your users to get up and running with this amazing toolkit. If not, then investing now could be one of the best decisions you make to get you through this challenging period.
Order now and you will be very soon be wondering how you ever managed without it.
Email sales@keynetix.com or telephone Alison on  01527 68888 .
 

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