ReportHost seeking beta testers for free Tablet PC report writing software.


Jim Gallant
Founder, ReportHost
Poulsbo, WA

ReportHost Announces Tablet PC Software for Report Writing

Poulsbo, WA - May 11th, 2007 - ReportHost, provider of the leading web-based report writing service for home inspectors will soon be releasing report writing software for Tablet PCs. Inspectors will record findings in the field using a Tablet PC and upload reports to the ReportHost website for publishing. Reports are produced in a fraction of the time it has taken previously using printed field notes and web forms.

“This will dramatically change the lives of ReportHost users.” says Jim Gallant, ReportHost’s founder. “As an inspector myself and regular user of ReportHost, my time spent writing reports has dropped by about 75%, and my hourly rate has risen substantially as a result. For example, I published a report in only ten minutes today after returning to my office. You can see this report (with some modifications for privacy’s sake) via the following link:”

ReportHost plans to release a beta version of this software soon after NACHI’s Convention in Toronto. The beta version will be fully functional, allowing users to create the same high quality reports as with the web-based service. The released version software will be available** free of charge** by downloading from ReportHost’s website.

ReportHost is currently seeking beta testers. A tablet PC with the Windows XP pen operating system is required. For more information on the beta program or to express your interest in joining it, please email us at

ReportHost’s principal operators are NACHI members Jim Gallant of Poulsbo, WA and Scott Huston of Seattle, WA.

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WAY too cool! Thanks!