We offer customizable, scalable and cost-effective reporting solutions and services. Our experience with a large range of rational reporting/document generation tools enables us to deliver competitive solutions that fit different needs from different industries such as healthcare and medical devices, oil and energy, automotive, aerospace and defense.
We deliver automated reporting services for generating compliance documentation and custom solutions to help organizations understand and improve their processes across all phases of the systems development lifecycle.
GEBS Reporting & IBM
GEBS Reporting has long-standing experience in document generation, and a deep and meaningful relationship with IBM and the Rational product portfolio.
From 2004 to 2007, as subcontractor to Telelogic AB, we helped to maintain and enhance the DocExpress reporting tool for DOORS. In 2007, we undertook to re-engineer DOORS reporting from the ground-up, culminating in the release of Telelogic Publishing Engine in 2008.
TPE introduced breakthrough innovations in re-use, pioneering the use of open technologies such as HTTP, REST and XML for reporting. As a consequence, the product today known as Rational Publishing Engine was quickly adopted by IBM as the strategic reporting solution for all Rational products, following its acquisition of Telelogic in 2008. This remarkable feat was unimaginable with the previous generation of tools-bound reporting solutions, and stands as testament to the ingenuity of our design and engineering teams. On IBM’s behalf, our engineers continued to develop RPE until 2010.
Today, GEBS Reporting plays an important role in the design, development and deployment of successful RPE solutions worldwide. We continue to innovate and extend the RPE platform with new products and services, and strive to deliver best-of-breed publishing solutions for IBM Rational customers in small, medium and large organizations alike.
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