[reportlab-users] Reportlab Propaganda, Brochures, etc.?

Andy Robinson andy at reportlab.com
Tue Oct 11 05:00:41 EDT 2005

Thanks Carl.  See my reply by private email.

- Andy

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> [mailto:reportlab-users-bounces at reportlab.com]On Behalf Of Carl
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> Subject: [reportlab-users] Reportlab Propaganda, Brochures, etc.?
> I really enjoy using Reportlab for generating PDF reports.  Not 
> too far out in 
> the future, the company I work for is looking to replace their current 
> reporting solution (Data Dynamics), with something new.  Since we 
> cater to a 
> mostly Windows environment, most folks have just been assuming 
> that we will 
> go with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services when it 
> comes out, but 
> I'd like to pitch Reportlab as a reasonable alternative.
> One point that is important to the company leadership is to 
> reduce the amount 
> of third-party software our own software depends on-- the idea 
> being that the 
> less we install, the less we have to train our support staff, so 
> demonstrating how the product can fufill multiple roles would be a bonus.
> Do you have any kind of propaganda, literature, etc. that would 
> be be useful 
> for someone in a managerial role to review?
> Thanks,
> Carl Waldbieser
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