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INNOVATIVE NEW REPORT WRITER SOFTWARE TOOL SIMPLIFIES PROCESS OF CREATING DATABASE REPORTS

 BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Aug. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Skribe Software, Inc. today announced the release of Skribe Report Writer, a power-loaded report development tool which bridges the gap between end users and software developers and makes creating database reports as simple as typing a letter into a word processor. Skribe's powerful child reports, conditional forms and conditional objects features are virtually unmatched by any other existing report writer, eliminating the need for any programming.
 Skribe Report Writer uses a sophisticated graphical user interface to provide an original and extremely intuitive report modeling platform, one which the company believes will completely revolutionize the industry.
 "Solving the great need for report programming in companies large and small not only frees up valuable time for the programming staff, but saves a company thousands of dollars and man hours," said Dean P. Rose, Skribe Software, Inc., president.
 "Just as most businesses today are standardized on word processors, spreadsheet programs and databases, the need to standardize a company- wide reporting and data distribution solution is not just a luxury, but a necessity to improve productivity and communication. We are very excited about this product and its potential to revolutionize the process of information extraction, presentation and use," said Rose.
 "The need and the market for a product like this is immense. It encompasses virtually every organization that uses a data base or is creating software based on a data engine. Essentially, every small and large business, health-care facility, governmental agency and any other organization with personal computers, work stations, main frames and servers can benefit from this product."
 Most MIS departments and application programming houses around the world today are bogged down with endless report requests from management and end users. Many of these reports take hours, days, even weeks to program, with only the highest priority coding requests ever making it to the software programmer. Skribe Report Writer solves this problem and gives the end user a powerful, yet easy, means of accessing crucial information for immediate decision making, presentation and distribution.
 "Skribe Report Writer has enabled us to jump ahead of the competition," said Skribe customer Kathy Thomas, programmer analyst with Pro Dentec in Batesville, Ark., makers of PerfectByte software. "The process of generating standard reports is quick and simple, and we can just as easily customize reports to meet our client's individual needs. If we do encounter a question, the technical support from Skribe is outstanding."
 Among other organizations already utilizing Skribe Report Writer are TRW, Xerox, Dow Chemical, the University of Missouri, the Department of the U.S. Army and the Bank of Montreal, to name a few. Skribe Software is building a five-star customer base with its new software technology and ability to solve the "too much information" problems of business today.
 Skribe Report Writer was developed using the latest Object Oriented technology for easy integration into standalone, network and client server environments. Skribe is available for all popular SQL and ODBC compatible data bases and operating systems including, DOS, Windows, UNIX, WENIX, OS/2, VMS and many others with additional tools and source code for application integration.
 Skribe Software Inc., based in Bloomfield Hills, specializes in cross platform end user reporting and graphing tools for SQL and ODBC compatible database engines, executive information, data distribution and decision support systems.
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 /NOTE: Photo available on request. CONTACT: Dean P. Rose, president of Skribe Software, Inc., 313-645-2410/


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