Reporting Software utilizes Microsoft Excel technology.

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Version 2.1 of XLReporter automatically gathers data, and puts it into Excel spreadsheets. It then produces production efficiency reports, batch reports, and equipment performance monitoring and process reports in vertical markets such as water and wastewater, biotech, oil, gas, and power. Features include its real-time database and monitoring of field-based variables, which enable it to generate aggregate report information.

Original Press Release:

SyTech - Releases XLReporter Version 2.1 XLReporter Offers Cost Effective Downtime and Performance Reporting

WALPOLE, MA. Nov. 27, 2001 - SyTech Inc., the leading provider of automated report generation and data analysis software, today announced that XLReporter Version 2.1 includes new functionality to address performance reporting in manufacturing and process applications including vertical markets such as Water and Wastewater, Automotive, Biotech, Food & Beverage, Oil, Gas, Power Generation and Power Distribution.

XLReporter enables the use of Microsoft Excel technology for automated reporting in the industrial marketplace. Earlier versions focused on the acquisition, formatting and generation of reports. This new release extends XLReporter with a real-time and persistent database, able to monitor field-based variables, generating new and valuable aggregate report information. The initial offering includes three specific functions, Profile, Statistic and Difference, able to provide a thorough analysis of digital, analog and totalized source data. This new functionality uniquely positions XLReporter as the most cost effective tool for production efficiency reporting, batch reporting, equipment performance monitoring and process reporting.

"This release clearly differentiates our product from any other reporting tool on the market." explains Peter Kaprielian, CTO of SyTech. He adds, "All other solutions offer technology to simply acquire and format data. Some perform rudimentary calculations for totalization or averaging, etc. None specifically address the unique requirements of the industrial automation space and their vertical market complexities to the extent of XLReporter." "We have successfully applied SyTech products to a variety of Water and Wastewater applications." states Kelly O'Day, Director, Utility Management Consulting for ICCS, the Water and Wastewater Instruments and Controls division of Woodard & Curran. "This latest release will significantly increase the flexibility in the types of reports that can be generated and will reduce the application development time. This is a win-win situation, creating better solutions for both our clients, and my application engineers. We look forward to our continued success in using SyTech technology to address our client requirements."

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