Software partnership

PUBLISHED: 21 May 10

Cimteq, the supplier of the cable design software CableBuilder©, has signed a partnership agreement with SAP to enhance its software’s ability to generate professional reports, manufacturing instructions and online catalogues.

CableBuilder, used by wire and cable manufacturers worldwide for design, quotations, costing and datasheets, will now feature an integrated reporting engine in the form of Crystal Reports.

Crystal Reports software enables CableBuilder users to design interactive reports and use them as a template to format CableBuilder data. These reports can be static or interactive, and can cover a variety of purposes from manufacturing instructions to datasheets to quotation performance analysis.

The chief benefit of Crystal Reports is thought to be the familiar and convenient drag-and-drop user interface, similar to the majority of word processing applications. A secondary, but important, feature is the ability to generate PDF, Microsoft Office, and HTML documents from the same user defined report format, hence reducing the time and cost of reporting.

Cimteq Ltd, UK
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