How to get Wrepit?
Currently accepting beta customers. Contact us for a firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you written a report using MS Word? Want it published online?
Even though Wrepit is not yet ready for general availability, your company can become an exclusive early publisher.
Got a .docx file already?
Attach it to the email, and the demo process can be even faster!
Chances are you deliver PDF reports. They look OK on paper and computers:
Did you ever read PDFs on your phone?
Mobile email will account for 22 to 77% of email opens, depending on your target audience, product and email type.
Ugh, I guess your readers must have superman vision!
You can publish your report online with Wrepit!
So my report is online, like a web page. Awesome!
Wrepit publishes your reports online.
No programming is needed! You just write your report with Microsoft Word.
Wrepit transforms your .docx into a web report.
The only requirement is that you use section headings:
Doing that ensures logical sectioning of your report. Actually, section headings are what allow you to create a Table of Contents (TOC) in Word.
Logical TOC = logical sectioning in Wrepit.
Written reports often contain charts.
The numbers in the chart are probably of interest to the reader.
Reading values from a PDF chart is cumbersome - both on paper and on screen.
Yet it should not have to be cumbersome... After all, you entered the data when you created the chart. The data exists, it's just not available to the reader...
Wrepit: Interactive charts!
Sometimes, you'll want to compare elements in your report, e.g. charts.
No problem - Word allows you to create a reference.
Well, it looks adequate in a PDF:
It's clear to the readers that they now need to scroll back up to Figure 2 to compare it with Figure 4...
The reader needs to scroll up and down to be able to compare the figures.
Ugh, that's really annoying ...
Sure, with Wrepit there's a better way!
The Wrepit Workspace immediately helps the reader compare!