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Reporting for Duty: All too often the reporting tools that developers select for their applications are a little more than an afterthought. In this Premium ACM Queuecast, Vice President of Product Management for Actuate, Paul Clenahan, explains why it’s in the interest of developer to select richer sets of reporting tools and how these tools more readily accessible though the Eclipse Foundation’s BIRT project, spearheaded by Actuate.

February 1, 2007

Topic: Business/Management

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Joining me today is Paul Clenahan, Vice President of Product Management at Actuate, and a member of the BIRT Project Management Committee, who’s here to discuss future trends in reporting tools.

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